The WGVU Morning Show

The Lake Effect Fringe Festival

The Lake Effect Fringe Festival is in full force, and today husband and wife performance team Gary E. Mitchell and Mary Beth Quillin return to TMS to discuss the festival and the Michigan premiere of 2 Across: A Comedy of Crosswords and Romance, by Jerry Mayer.

Kasem Cares

Feb 13, 2018

We talk to Kerri Kasem, daughter of the late radio legend Casey Kasem. Kerri, along with children of Glen Campbell & Mickey Rooney, arrive to the State Capitol today to testify before the legislature on the Kasem Cares bill.

Nutrient Nook

Feb 13, 2018

Nutrient Nook, monthly sharing info about wellness and nutrition. Today, more conversation about Health Month and how to eat healthy for your heart. Dietician Wendy Brookhouse is our guest.

Telling Your Story

Feb 13, 2018

Telling Your Story with guets from St. Anns, Porter Hills, Emmanuel Hospice, Clark and other partners. Today, the Fullmer's join us to share their love story in honor of V-Day.

Local First

Feb 13, 2018

Guests from Local First join us to talk about their happenings.  Today Marketing Manager Mieke Stoub and Hannah Berry from Lions and Rabbits discuss LF's inaugural Good for Grand Rapids Awards Reception.

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The Winter Olympics are well underway.  Orthopedic surgeon Dr. Carl Wierks joins us this morning to discuss his role as a U.S. Snowboard Team Physician.

My Cancer Journey

Feb 12, 2018

Cancer survivor Peter Green joins us to share his story from his book, ‘My Cancer Journey:  From Recovery to Discovery.’

Your Home By Design

Feb 12, 2018

Your Home By Design, every month putting the spotlight on interior home design. Today, Deidre Remtema and Mitch Shooks discuss designing rooms for best sleep.

Cultura Collective

Feb 12, 2018

We continue to spotlight winners of the WGVU Engage IHAVE Made a Difference Awards. Today we speak with Staffanie Rosalez, curator of Cultura Collective.

Diana Sieger from the Grand Rapids Community Foundation joins us to discuss how the stock market affects the Foundation.