It’s time for our 12th Annual NoDa Ghosts & Legends Walking Tour.
Between living in Manhattan and South Florida, I have been exposed to some of the most ridiculous standards of beauty there are.
Bingo! One lucky person and lots of local businesses will win big with Explore NoDa Bingo.
The 18 months since the pandemic started has been a great time to rethink personal priorities.
The news about the Johnston YMCA’s plans for redevelopment caught local news attention in early June, but the work around building a plan has actually been happening for many years.
We all know that some yard waste is already green, at least in color, but starting July 5, the city will no longer pick up yard waste in plastic bags.
Like most of the world, our lives came to a screeching halt in mid-March 2020.
Want to grow some summer vegetables?
Each year, starting on the first weekend of May, Jane’s Walk takes place in hundreds of cities across the world.
Spring has sprung! It’s the time of year many of us start getting to work in our yards and gardens.
Earth Day is April 22, and we hope that with increasing vaccination and lower rates of coronavirus, more of us might be able to venture out to enjoy it.
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.
What happens when you take a cross-section of the NoDa neighborhood and mix it with the love of trivia?
Villa Heights Elementary is often referred to as “the little school on the hill.” It sits at the top of Pinckney, directly behind Cordelia Park.
We all might be ready for this whole COVID-19 thing to be over, but it’s not.
When Joey and I were asked if we’d help come up with some ideas for landscaping and hardscaping at my former elementary school, I couldn’t have been more excited.
NoDa Yoga was forced to adapt quickly when COVID-19 hit, and has faced a challenging situation in the months since.
I believe your intuition is your unique brand of power.
Trees are critical parts of our urban landscape – they give us shade, habitat, and beauty, among other things.
Lori Konawalik is the proprietor of Mac Tabby, Charlotte’s first cat café.
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.