The WGVU Morning Show

Your Home by Design

Jul 10, 2017
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Our monthly segment, Your Home By Design. Today's topic is, Giving Furniture a Second Life: Upholstery Tips. Deidre Remtema and Angela Thompson are our guests.

Local author Jerry Lambert joins TMS to talk about his latest two novels set in Michigan, ‘South Heaven’ and ‘North of Wrong.’

Circle Theatre

Circle Theatre presents A Chorus Line, opening next week. The Roving Microphone takes you on site.

Heartside Ministry

Jul 7, 2017
Heartside Ministry

Heartside Ministry funds programming to combat the effects of illiteracy in the  Grand Rapids. We talk to Heartside's Jamie Rykes and another guest who can testify to the success of the program.

High School students have created a Public Service Announcement in support of the Mayor's Greening Initiative. We talk about this with guests from Mosiac Film Experience and City High.

Eco Insider

Jul 7, 2017

Monthly, we speak to guests from WMEAC, for our Eco Insider segment. Today we speak with the director of education.

Guests join us from the Kirkoff College of Nursing to share information about a unique teaching partnership between KCON and Grand Rapids Housing Commission.


Jul 6, 2017

Panorama Arts presents Emergency, a one man show with a collection of over 40 distinct characters all reacting to an unexpected phenomenon, including a homeless man and a scientist. Our guest is Darius Colquitt.

It's the kickoff of the Mayor's Tree of the Year, a unique partnership that includes Friends of Grand Rapids Parks and the City's Urban Forestry Committee. Stephanie Adam, Executive Director  of Friends of the Grand Rapids Parks, is our guest.

Avenue for the Arts

Jul 6, 2017
Avenue for the Arts

An Avenue for the Arts First Friday event is right around the corner with new art, educational workshops and more. We speak to Maddie May and Jackie Vega.