The WGVU Morning Show

The first annual Darren Gort Memorial Golf Outing happens June 21, Carie Gort joining TMS to share her story and needs from the community for swag and participation, proceeds to an important Foundation.

The Blue Divide

May 5, 2021

 Poet and Writer Linda Nemec Foster presents her latest work, The Blue Divide. We talk about the book, watercolor animation and music with Linda.

Start Garden

May 5, 2021

 Start Garden relaunches its monster entrepreneur competition this Monday so we discuss with Jorge Gonzalez, moving into the 2021 season.

BCBS of Michigan

May 5, 2021
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  Today is Cinco de Mayo so why not eat in the spirit? We talk to BCBS of Michigan's Shanthi Appelo, health and wellness spokesperson, about authentic recipes to celebrate the day.

Charter Schools 101

May 5, 2021

 Charter Schools 101, today talking to President of the Michigan Association of Public School Academies, the state charter school association. Dan will share details about how charter schools are improving equity in education and more.

Dwelling Place

May 5, 2021

 Dennis Sturtevant retires. Serving 33 years as CEO of Dwelling Place, we ask what has been his greatest accomplishment plus what's next for him and Dwelling Place?

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  Tuned into the Library of Michigan puts the spotlight on the State Library, today we talk about Michigan Center for the Book, what it is and how does it connect.

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Child care is essential to the economy, allowing parents to enter the workforce and providers to support both their businesses and families. COVID-19 has had a profound impact on child care, and underscored the importance for a greater investment in issues of access and affordability as part of state recovery efforts.

 We follow up on National Teacher Appreciation week, President of the National Education Association Becky Pringle with conversation about the appreciation action items.

 

Subversive Addiction

May 4, 2021

 The author of Subversive Addiction, Christopher Rosow, discusses the story behind the story.

Powerful Women: Let's Talk is a WGVU Podcast/series of interviews with diverse women who are trailblazers who have helped shaped the community. We spotlight key discussions monthly on TMS.

Kendall Hudson

May 4, 2021

 GVSU's Professor Jeff Kelly Lowenstein and recent GVSU grad Kendall Hudson discuss Kendall's process of story telling, recently writing a strong story about black owned businesses in GR during COVID. Jeff and Kendall discuss.

Trends in Real Estate
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 Commercial Real Estate Trends May segment puts the spotlight on What is Happening in the Office Market. We talk to Drew Nelson, Office Specialist with Bradley Company.

  May is National Posture Month, so Dr. Steven Knauf with the Joint Chiropractic shares tips for better posture, including looking up while texting and sleeping right.

GHAPS Homegrown

May 4, 2021

  Ferry Elementary Students in Grand Haven help encourage mask wearing at Health Pointe. We talk to STEM teacher Andrew Ratke, GHAPS Homegrown facilitator, about the details.

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