The WGVU Morning Show

Diocese of Grand Rapids

The Diocese of Grand Rapids celebrates The Light is On for You:  An Evening of Penance. We talk about this with Annalise Laumeyer.

LaughFest kicks off this Thursday, and in style with West Michigan's Biggest Mannequin challenge at the annual community celebration. Gilda Club's Wendy Wigger is our guest.

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Tonight, Orange is the New Black’s Piper Kerman is in Grand Rapids to share her story. Doug Tjapkes, president of Humanity for Prisoners, joins us to talk about tonight’s presentation at Fountain Street Church.

Hey Nana

Mar 7, 2017
Toni Nunemaker

It has been several years since 9-year -old Conner Verkerke was killed by a 12-year-old neighbor on the playground. His Grandmother , Toni Nunemaker,  joins us to talk about her book, ‘Hey Nana!’

From Where I Sit

Mar 7, 2017

From Where I Sit, a monthly conversation with office furniture industry Analyst Mike Dunlap.

United Church Outreach Ministry’s 14th annual Friends of UCOM benefit concert is happening this weekend. Executive Director Dr. Bruce Roller joins us to discuss.

Experts in Public Relations and Advertising will share their wisdom on March 15 for: Myths, Mystiques and Mandatories, an interactive workshop to help those involved in the creative learning field. We talk to C.J. Devries of GRNow and Julie Lankes of Boxboom creative on the details.

“Strong is the New Pretty” is a celebration of the tenacious spirit inherent within all girls. We talk to the author of ‘Strong is the New Pretty,’ Kate T. Parker.

Trends in Real Estate
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Commercial Real Estate Trends, speaking with guests in real estate each month. Today's topic: 2017 Off to a Great Start.  Shari Veldman and Tony Pearson are our guests.

Business Happens in Heels, a monthly conversation with area businesswomen. Today we hear from Laura Vaughn, Emily Brann and Emily VerWys.