A grant from the city of Charlotte will help local artists and small businesses struggling with the impacts of COVID-19.
The Johnston YMCA is adapting to continue serving the community.
A new project is turning NoDa’s trash cans into pieces of art.
A lot of us are using social distancing as an excuse to stroll around the neighborhood and see the world through a slower lens.
The COVID-19 pandemic has halted concerts, exhibits, and shows of all kinds, leaving many artists and performers in difficult economic situations.
Jillian Scuderi-Longsworth is the co-owner of NoDa Yoga and is widely recognized as one of Charlotte’s top instructors of the practice.
To say it’s been an unusual month would be an understatement.
The Hearts Beat As One Foundation has funded and served over 12,000 meals to those in need in our various communities.
Here are just a handful of the many positive steps that neighbors have taken to help each other through this difficult time.
With everything that is going on in the world right now, it is easy to get caught up in fear, anxiety, and stress.
I know that NoDa is the strongest community I have ever been part of and that when we experience tough times, we persevere together.
Born in LA but raised in the Queen City, movie maker Phil Beebe has called NoDa home for the past seven years.
If you’re new to Charlotte, or old to Charlotte, or visiting from out of town, NoDa can be a little confusing.
It’s time for the sixth annual Queens Coop Chicken Coop Tour!
This month, we’re focusing on reducing waste in our bathrooms, which may be one of the most challenging places.
Monthly TaroScope readings by Gina Spriggs, a well-known intuitive tarologist and owner of NoDa’s Curio Craft & Conjure.
Becca Bellamy, Susan Plante, and Nicole Peterson are continuing their efforts to waste less – this time in the kitchen.
New year, new energy! Whether you want to usher out the old or welcome in the new, read on for tips on cleansing your space with smudging.
A NoDa resident expresses his gratitude for living in such a wonderful neighborhood!
Find out all you need to know for the 2019 NoDa Krampus Krawl (December 7).
How to avoid buying single-use plastics and other materials for food, drink, shopping, etc.
Charlotte recently changed its recycling policies to accept fewer recyclable items. Confused about why and what they accept now? We were too!
Dr. Allen Shepard, D.O. has opened a new primary care practice on 36th Street in the Novel NoDa retail units.
Get the deets on upcoming neighborhood events!
Sightings of coyotes and other wild animals become an increasingly common experience, especially in the 28206, “the other side of the tracks” in NoDa.