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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.

The project will involve planting new trees, spreading decorative chip, and installing new sensors.
Holiday lights are serious business in some neighborhoods in San Jose. We take a look at some of the brightest, most colorful holiday displays around town.
The 2022-2023 season has been rough on the San Jose Sharks. Can fans expect next season to be better?
What started as a pandemic-era program to help children stay connected to reading has continued to thrive for South Bay children.
Specific regions around the world known as “blue zones” are defined by their higher-than-average population of people over the age of 100.
From the tallest residential apartment building in San Jose to the Bill Walsh Legacy Game, we’re taking San Jo back to the ‘00s.
Local author and artist Ricardo Cortez talks Lowriding culture, history + community, and gives tips on which restaurant has the best orange sauce.
From proper punny names to the downright bizarre, VTA’s tunnel boring machine is connecting more than just BART to Santa Clara.
From holiday decorations to live music, San Jose Mineta International Airport is pulling out all the stops to ease the stress of travel for the holidays.
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.
Enjoy a seasonal meal made locally without all the cooking.
Enjoy a seasonal meal in San Jose, no matter your circumstances.
Fry’s Electronics, the quirky, now-defunct big-box retailer finds new life in the hearts and memories of SJtoday readers + followers.
San Jose’s premiere ska/emo group Voluntary Hazing discusses their favorite things to do in San Jose, the best venues, and where to find their favorite tacos.
In the Edenvale neighborhood of south San Jose, many streets have unique names — and these seven streets are named after truly impressive thoroughbreds.
From a toy store kingpin to the world’s first video game consoles, the Chuck E. Cheese off Tully Road has had a wild run in San Jose’s history.
A slate of new housing projects have been approved by San Jose’s City Council.
Tech superstore Fry’s Electronics was a San Jose staple for decades. After their collapse in 2021, their iconic buildings in the South Bay face an uncertain fate.
Check out our guide to the many meaningful murals you can find around our city.
SJtoday readers + followers weighed in on the city’s plans of turning the San Jose’s historic flea market, or “La Pulga,” into a mixed-use urban center.
After 75 years in operation, Kirk’s Steakburgers suddenly announced the closure of their only South Bay location.
Allow us to introduce (or re-introduce) ourselves.
New research, developments, and data indicate San Jose’s downtown isn’t in a “doom spiral” — it’s on the upswing.
San Jose has approved several new housing initiatives over the course of the past few months, including affordable, residential, and commercial.
San Jose city council unanimously approved the sale of the Signia by Hilton hotel to San Jose State University for student housing.
A new law signed by Governor Gavin Newsom calls for installing speeding cameras on high-accident avenues, areas with rampant street racing, and school zones.
A new report indicates San Jose’s Supermicro will be breathing new life into an old Fry’s Electronics location on East Brokaw Rd.
S27 Alehouse and Brewery will tap their final kegs by the end of October 2023.