The WGVU Morning Show

We talk about a Jazz Piano Concert series beginning its second season. Jazz in the Sanctuary is hosted by Fountain Street Church September 13th.

Library of Michigan

Sep 2, 2015
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Tuned into the Library of Michigan, a monthly segment putting the focus on the State library. Today's topics; Wheels, Michigan design, and an American pride event.

Resistance Run

Sep 1, 2015

An upcoming event looks to benefit those in the Grand Haven School District. We talk about the Resistance Run raising money for a good cause. Director Ron Knoll and Eric Berends are our guests.

Dr. Nancy Yonker

Sep 1, 2015

Every month we explore topics of psychological interest with guests from Third coast Counseling. Today, Psychologist Dr. Nancy Yonker discusses how to best develop personal power. 

Grand Rapids Public Museum / Grand Rapids Public Museum

A lot is happening at the Grand Rapids Public Museum, including the Mini Maker Faire and a partnership with Grand Rapids Symphony Musicians.  Marketing Manager Christie Bender is our guest.

Trends in Real Estate
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Our Commercial Real Estate Trends segment with Guest Mark Ansara  focuses this month on new restaurants, bars and retail shops opened in 2015. 

Kohler Expos /

Attention all Moms and Brides. This month is for you as Kohler Expos present both the West Michigan Mom's Sale and the annual Bridal Show this month of September. President of Kohler Expos Denise Kolesar  joins us.

September is Suicide Prevention Awareness Month.  Grand Valley Health Plan's Eric Lake joins us to discuss the topic.

Becoming Dr. Ruth

Sep 1, 2015
Jewish Theatre Grand Rapids
Jewish Theatre Grand Rapids

Jewish Theatre Grand Rapids presents the production “Becoming Dr. Ruth,” starring local Actor Lori Jacobs. We speak with Lori and the director on the upcoming opening and run.

From Where I Sit

Sep 1, 2015

From Where I Sit, a monthly conversation on the office furniture industry in West Michigan with consultant Mike Dunlap.