The 18 months since the pandemic started has been a great time to rethink personal priorities.
Author: Eric Linne
When FOMO becomes a reality: Looking back at a year rocked by COVID
Like most of the world, our lives came to a screeching halt in mid-March 2020.
NoDa comes together in response to crisis
Here are just a handful of the many positive steps that neighbors have taken to help each other through this difficult time.
A Personal Giving of Thanks
A NoDa resident expresses his gratitude for living in such a wonderful neighborhood!
Coyotes on the Rise
Sightings of coyotes and other wild animals become an increasingly common experience, especially in the 28206, “the other side of the tracks” in NoDa.
Chicago on My Mind
Eric Linne and his wife Pam love their adopted city of Charlotte and especially our lovely neighborhood of NoDa, but occasionally they get nostalgic for their long-time home in Chicago. Eric shares highlights of that city after a recent visit.
An Avenue for the Ages
For the majority of NoDa residents, the name Guy E. Suddreth may mean nothing. But if you live on the 28206 side, you know that Ritch and Benard Avenues have a little brother. That little brother is Guy E. Suddreth Avenue: a street so short that it has no houses on it and dead ends…
The End of the Great Divide
For the past five or so years, we’ve been hunkering down on the other side of the great divide. Don’t get me wrong, we haven’t been sitting inside our houses feeling sorry for ourselves (well maybe a little). We’ve been getting to know everything that the 28206 has to offer. Like the Compare grocery, two…