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Gregg Aronica

City Editor

Gregg is based in San Jose, CA, and is a former radio broadcaster with nearly 20 years on-air. A proud member of the LGBTQ+ community, he volunteers with nonprofits around the South Bay. You can often find him in coffee shops, bookstores, and thumbing through new and used video games.

Vicki Chang, also known as “La Vix,” is a professional breakdancer + member of Team USA — and hails from the great 408.
Resolving parking citations in the great 408 will always be a bummer, but hopefully our guide makes it less confusing.
Tell us you’re from San Jose without telling us you’re from San Jose.
Ring in the Year of the Dragon.
From mixed-use spaces to affordable units for students and teachers, we’re rounding up new developments coming soon to the great 408.
San Jose City Council is set to approve new management for the recently defunct Raging Waters theme park in east San Jose.
From hideaway casitas to the Hayes Mansion, San Jose is full of special places to stay that offer guests a break from traditional motels and hotels.
We asked, you answered — these swoon-worthy restaurants are sure to spark something between you and your companion.
When you want to celebrate — responsibly — you go big or you go home.
Romance is alive and well in San Jose. From hotel meet cutes to coffee dates, here are your local love stories.
A brief history on Google’s Downtown West Project, and a rundown on the latest update.
From bars to markets to mini golf, here’s 15+ places to stay faithful to the Bay with Super Bowl watch parties in San Jose.
Phase II of the BART extension would connect the Berryessa Station to downtown, looping through neighborhoods, and end service in Santa Clara.
Check out these brunch restaurants, cafes, and diners in San Jose, serving a variety of egg dishes, mimosas, bloody marys, and more.
Make sure you have everything you need.
The project’s second phase would extend BART from Berryessa into downtown San Jose, ending service in Santa Clara.
And to our readers + followers, two of the biggest high-fives (high ten?) for being there with us the entire way.
From lifting weights, indoor rock climbing, personal training, dance fitness, boxing classes, and martial arts programs — we’ve rounded up 40+ gyms and fitness offerings around San Jose.
Here’s your guide to social clubs, public events, and more local ways to make pals in the great 408.
Help us put our city on the map by submitting your love stories.
From local cafes to public hotspots, catch up on your to-do list at these work spots in San Jose with WiFi.
Even if it isn’t raining, these roadways continue to spray water onto frustrated motorists.
See your favorite 2023 photos submitted by fellow readers.
We asked, and you answered — here are some of our readers’ favorite spots to get breakfast burritos in San Jose.
From historical events, to creative interpretations of cultural creatures, San Jose’s statue game is on point.
Explore these dog-friendly businesses and places in San Jose that span from places to eat, drink, shop, exercise, and stay the night.
From those in favor to those opposed, here’s what you had to say about the new speeding camera pilot program in San Jose.
New year, new you, new housing coming soon. Builders and designers are hard at work to bring these developments to San Jose in 2024.
Peer into the future and use your knowledge of our city to predict what will happen in 2024.
From the turn of the 20th century to modern news, weather, and traffic, a San Jose radio inventor pioneered the way we enjoy entertainment over the airwaves.