Captain Trey Smith, a 34-year veteran of the Charlotte Fire Department, is one of the three leading company officers at NoDa’s Fire Station No. 7.
The Charlotte Film Society has announced plans for an arthouse cinema in NoDa.
Lori Konawalik is the proprietor of Mac Tabby, Charlotte’s first cat café.
A new project is turning NoDa’s trash cans into pieces of art.
Jillian Scuderi-Longsworth is the co-owner of NoDa Yoga and is widely recognized as one of Charlotte’s top instructors of the practice.
Born in LA but raised in the Queen City, movie maker Phil Beebe has called NoDa home for the past seven years.
LeMond Crayton-Hart is the “all-in-one” owner, operator, stylist, tailor, and designer behind The House of LeMond brand.
Get to know Joe Kuhlmann and the story behind The Evening Muse.
“We’re a neighborhood hangout,” Joey Hewell explains about NoDa Company Store. “We jokingly called it ‘the back porch of NoDa.'”
Meet Gina Spriggs, owner of Curio, Craft and Conjure magick shop in NoDa, as well as a holistic intuitive/tarologist/witch.
Tattoo Artist Matt Terry has long been a fixture in NoDa’s body art community.
Even though Local Loaf does wine dinners and wine tastings, it really is more of a casual community spot. “There’s no pretentiousness. This is like our home, and I think that’s part of the atmosphere. We know our customers; they know us. We want to be a place where you can celebrate your birthday with friends and don’t feel pressure to get too dolled up or act a certain way,” says owner Adam Spears.
C.M. Wells (@cmwells_art), co-founder of the National Association of Collaborative Artists, is one of the many artists calling the new NoDa location of the Charlotte Art League home. The young artist works in several traditional art media: charcoal, sanguine (reddish-brown chalk), oil-paint, and clay. Wells calls her style Representational Realism, which she explains as “sort…
Bold Missy founder, Carol Waggener is about to celebrate the second anniversary of an incredible entrepreneurial journey. Waggener’s relationship with beer began in Saint Louis with behemoth brewer Anheuser-Busch. “Even though they are the ‘Evil Empire,’ I learned a lot from them, especially as regards quality and relationships.” Then about five years ago, while working…