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Danielle Johnson

Senior City Editor

Danielle is based in Greenville, SC and came to GVLtoday from the television news world, previously serving as the Executive Producer at WIS-TV in Columbia, SC. Whether she’s on the job or not, she loves checking out her city’s food + beverage scene and learning about local history.

From our own High Line to surfing in the Reedy River, we want to hear your craziest, “What if...” ideas for Greenville.
Known for his shows on Food Network, and his signature essence, can you guess this celebrity chef that will be cooking at the euphoria 2024 festival?
Check out these 20+ hiking trails catered to all skill levels in and around Greenville, State for outdoor adventures.
Two plays, three musicals, an variety show, and a cabaret featuring a Tony-nominated star will take over Downtown Greenville, SC’s theaters for the SC New Play Festival from Thursday, Aug. 8 to Sunday, Aug. 11.
The Greenville Drive, our minor league baseball team, opens another season at Fluor Field at the West End.
To prepare for your Masters parties, we put 13 local restaurants to the test to help you find the best pimento cheese in Greenville.
We’re highlighting the best kid-friendly activities that Greenville, SC has to offer — complete with art classes, animal encounters, and outdoor fun.
To help make your entire process at the Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport as smooth as possible, we’ve created a guide that covers everything from parking to details on the airport’s nonstop flights.
Whether you’re looking to see the sights or learn about Greenville’s history, Greenville Bike Taxi’s new pedicab tours are the perfect way to see the city.
Learn about the biggest industries and employers in the Greenville area with this guide to local business.
Palmetto Craft designs outdoor furniture in Greenville that is made in Amish Country and sold by Home Depot. Plus, you can shop its warehouse sale for discounts on its most popular products.
We know Greenville is the best, and it’s no surprise that USA Today’s 10best agrees.
Choose your own adventure and help City Editor Cat plan how she spends her day in Raleigh, from where she works to evening entertainment.
It’s a historic year for basketball fans across South Carolina. The NCAA Tournament features Gamecocks, Tigers, Blue Hose, and Cougars.
The No. 1 seed Gamecocks (WBB) team will take on Presbyterian or Sacred Heart in the first round while the men’s team will travel to Pittsburgh to take on Oregon as the No. 6 seed.
The coffee company is committed to bringing back the baked goods you know and love from its nextdoor neighbor at The Commons.
The results are in. The winner of GVLtoday’s pizza bracket is...
From bar crawls to parades, we’ve rounded up where and how to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in Greenville.
Local architects took a look back when drafting new plans for the Greenville State Farmers Market. Here’s what’s new.
This entertainment district would take over the old Greenville Memorial Auditorium site near Bon Secours Wellness Arena.
Revisions have been made to the ongoing Augusta Street Safety Improvement Plan after the public meeting in February.
Grab some grub and join the fun.
Serving meat-and-threes for 77 years, this Upstate institution was recognized for its “timeless appeal.”
Choose how LEXtoday City Editor Aayat should spend her bonus day in Lexington.
After all the rainfall we’ve seen this season, litter washed up at Conestee Nature Preserve and volunteers helped with a massive clean up.
Greenville ice cream shop Clare’s Creamery wants you to bring your favorite 30-oz + 40-oz tumblers to fill to the brim with your favorite flavors.
It’s a leap year, and City Editor Bailey wants your help figuring out how to spend her extra day. Make your choices in the poll below, and Bailey will do as you say for leap day.
The annual food and wine festival features events similar to the main euphoria festival, which will take place Sept. 19-22. Proceeds from euphoria events support local nonprofits that fight food insecurity in Greenville.
City of Greenville leaders have several projects planned and even more down the line.
The upgrades to Timmons Arena aim to “land Furman with one of the best arenas in mid-major basketball and beyond.”