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Stephanie Freeman

City Editor

Stephanie Freeman, born in Greer SC, considers herself a Greenville native. She lives in the historic Overbrook area. As the former GM of Gather GVL, Stephanie is no stranger to this amazing city. In her spare time, Stephanie enjoys spending time with her husband, reading, and relaxing by the pool.

From ballet to hip hop, Greenville has plenty of dance classes + dance studios where you can get a move on.
These City of Greenville projects aim to improve quality of existing structures as well as add new features.
School Food Rocks founder Joe Urban signed a lease for 2,000 sqft of the Landmark Building for its new headquarters.
Piedmont Natural Gas Presents Reedy Reels: The Greenville Film Festival will feature 60+ screenings Friday, March 22-Sunday, March 24.
Join these restaurants, bars, and businesses around Greenville, SC to celebrate Mardis Gras, from New Orelans-inspired food and drinks to live music.
The sweet informal holiday has been celebrated for 55+ years.
After a fire, red tape, and opening another location in The Village above street level, Blind Tiger Tattoo Co. opens its doors to walk-ins and appointments.
Whether you just started seeing each other, or you’ve been married for years, check out our GVLtoday Valentine’s Day date guide.
Greenville boasts three James Beard Foundation Award semifinalists: Scoundrel, O-Ku, and Topsoil
The votes are in and the winner of the 2023 Picture of the Year has been decided.
Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport added five non-stop flights to its increasing list via Breeze Airways. Here’s where you can go.
The Ella Mae Logan Park — located in the Haynie-Sirrine neighborhood — got some new equipment and general improvements.
This electric vehicle manufacturer is building its first SC facility in Greenville county, and plans to open early this year.
To celebrate her 30th birthday, City Editor Stephanie wanted to share her 30 favorite things in Greenville — from food to hidden gems.
The Upstart Initiative — an organization organization committed to “fostering innovation, knowledge-sharing, and community growth in the Upstate of SC” us bringing TEDxUnityPark to Greenville next month.
Let’s get together over a good book with the GVLtoday Book Club. Each quarter, we’ll select a book and discuss.
Explore Greenville through its history, food, drink, and art on these tours.
We asked our readers where they were from, and as it turns out — y’all are from all over.
3’s Golf — a par three golf course invested in by Justin Timberlake and 8AM Golf — revamped its Grubhouse for some “holesome” food and entertainment.
According to Greer, “Chemistry for Cooks” is a textbook, but is accessible to the general reader and will “change the way you think about cooking.”
Consider these our Hollywood signs.
The Landmark Building will be re-branded back to its original name, the Daniel Building, and will add outdoor seating, landscaping, and and lighting.
Thanks to the City of Greenville, North Main Street received 27 new dogwood trees to help protect Greenville’s tree canopy.
Whether you read for fun or are an avid bookworm, you can participate in M. Judson Booksellers 2024 reading challenge. This year, prepare to take a trip around the world.
We re-imagined this holiday classic and came up with the hyper-local Greenville’s “12 Days of Christmas.”
The Greenville Homeless Alliance asked local artist Ninja Picasso to create “Seen-Heard-Valued,” a mural that “depicts stories of hope from people who have experienced homelessness in the city.”
In order to provide this affordable housing in Greenville, the property needs to be rezoned to a “flexible review district.”
The YoungArts National Competition — an annual competition for students between 15 and 18 years of age — awards highschool students in 10 disciplines.
In addition to Whole Foods, Agave Bandido, and Pins Mechanical, these new tenants are coming to the County Square redevelopment.
Average daily walking trips dropped by 36% in the US between 2019 and 2022 — see how Greenville compares.