The WGVU Morning Show

She Rides Her Own Way

Apr 12, 2017
She Rides Her Own Way

She Rides Her Own Way, founded by Johannah Jelks, hosts a Downtown GR Bike Party at the end of April. We talk to Johannah this morning.

Wealthy Theatre

Wealthy Theatre presents an Evening of Dance and Music, #shift, on April  15. Erin and Amy Wilson join us to share the details.

Abby Meadows from The Alzheimer's Association Greater Michigan Chapter joins us. We talk about an upcoming Reason to Hope event and the Grand Rapids Walk to end Alzheimers.

Jake's Music Festival

Apr 12, 2017
Orbit Room

Jakes Music Festival happens April 22, a benefit concert for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. Founder Tom Scheidel discusses the event, including a new venue.

MiFi Writers

Apr 12, 2017
MiFi Writers

MiFi Writers present a Get Published Workshop on April 22, concentrating on 3 areas of interest to those seeking traditional publication. Guests join us to talk details.

Pigeon Creek Shakespeare Company presents Much Ado About Nothing at the Jenison Center for the Arts this weekend and at the Dog Story Theatre on the 21st. Cast and crew join us in studio to discuss.

Girls on the Run

Apr 12, 2017
Girls on the Run

We speak with Kent County Girls on the Run Executive Director Lori Burgess about this year's program. We discuss May and June 5ks and Lunafest.

Off the Beaten Path

Apr 12, 2017
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Off the Beaten Path with SMG's Eddie Tadlock. We discuss under-the-radar events in the coming weeks in the area .

Donate Life Month

Apr 11, 2017
Gift of Life Foundation, Michigan

Michigan's Secretary of State Ruth Johnson joins us to talk about Donate Life Month.

Actors' Theatre

Actors Theatre presents the Pulitzer Prize winning play about Islamophobia, “Disgraced” by Ayad Akhtar. Cast and crew members join us to talk about it.

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