The WGVU Morning Show


Jun 5, 2018

We talk to Emmy Award Winning Producer Tim Ortman about his latest work ‘Newsreal:   A View Through the Lens When...’

Author Peter Lovenheim joins us to talk about his latest work, ‘The Attachment Effect:  Exploring the Powerful Ways our Earliest Bond Shapes our Relationships and Lives.’

The Grand Rapids Triathlon is taking place this weekend. We talk to race directors Ann and Andy Vidro about the details and need for volunteers.

West Michigan native musician Joe Jenneman joins us to discuss his music. His music described as Easy on the Ears and Good for the Soul. Joe plays in studio this morning.

GVSU's College of Community and Public Service

CCPS Community Connections, talking to experts from GVSU's College of Community and Public Services. Today, Patty Janes talks about the latest Michigan Cares for Tourism happenings.

Chamber Chat

Jun 4, 2018
Grand Rapids Area Chamber of Commerce

Chamber Chat with guests from the Grand Rapids Area Chamber of Commerce. Today, Chris Cameron and Lt. Bryan Muir talk about a new initiative with KC Silent Observer, Project Night Lights.

Noodles and Company

Jun 4, 2018

A local company is expanding in West Michigan. We talk to Michael Endres from Noodles and Company for the specifics.

Pars for a Purpose

Jun 4, 2018
Disability Network Lakeshore
Disability Network Lakeshore

Disability Network/Lakeshore announces Pars for a Purpose, a 500 hole, one man golf marathon.  DNL's Executive Director Todd Whiteman is our guest.

We talk about a local fundraiser, with a celebration of the music of Earth, Wind and Fire, raising money for Lake Michigan Academy and Turning Pages. We talk to entertainer Kelly Carey and guests for the details.

A West Michigan community attempts a world record this weekend for the longest line of bicycles. We talk to Ludington CVB Executive Director Brandy Henderson about this and other Ludington Summer to dos.