The WGVU Morning Show

The Eco Insider

Sep 7, 2017

Eco Insider with guests from WMEAC. Today's topic, the 14th annual Mayor's Grand River Clean Up. We talk about it with Ondrea Spychalski.

Grand Rapids Magazine

We talk about where to go and what to do this weekend in West Michigan with Sara Tincher from Grand Rapids Magazine.

Women's Equality Day

Sep 7, 2017

Muskegon celebrates Women's Equality Day on September 14th with a luncheon.  Former State Representative Marcia Hovey-Wright shares details on behalf of the Progressive Women's Alliance.

Wikimedia Commons

Olympian Deena Kastor is in town, speaking on behalf of Gazelle Sports. We talk to Deena to get her tips for implementing a healthy family lifestyle as we return to school.

We Remember

Sep 7, 2017

The Grand Rapids Community is invited to participate in We Remember:  A Community Interfaith Memorial Event on September 14th. We discuss with Sue Glover and the Dominican Center's Margarita Solis.

WGVU Explorers

Sep 7, 2017
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The WGVU Explorers are soon off to Great Britain and Scotland. We discuss the opportunities here on the WGVU Morning Show. / Gerald R. Ford Presidential Foundation

The annual West Michigan Day of Remembrance and Scout Salute happens September 11, this daylong event to honor and remember those lost during the terrorist attacks of 2001.

Reeds Lake Triathlon

Sep 6, 2017

The Rhoades McKee Reeds Lake Triathlon is Saturday. We talk to those involved, including EGR's Betsy Granstra and a local athlete.

The West Michigan Asian American Association's upcoming concert with a world renowned choral group is right around the corner. We talk about the September 16th event with Dr. Julie Blanco and Minnie Morey.

Libary of Michigan

Sep 6, 2017 / Library of Michigan

Tuned In to the Library of Michigan, a monthly conversation with guests from the State Library. Today's topic with Janice Murphy is Newspaper Research.