What a difference a year made.
Did you know that NoDa is built on the Nationally Registered Historic District of North Charlotte?
Make sure you pay close attention to your surroundings when you venture out into the NoDa streets on a nice fall evening, especially if you feel sudden coldness for no particular reason.
Among all the issues that have bubbled up around social justice in 2020, the history of redlining is a major one.
The Johnston and Mecklenburg mills have been neighborhood landmarks for the better part of a century.
If you’re new to Charlotte, or old to Charlotte, or visiting from out of town, NoDa can be a little confusing.
The NoDa Company Store is re-hanging a photo exhibit that was arguably the best and most popular art show and exhibit at the store to date.
Some things never change. This neighborhood has always been a Charlotte drinking destination, although back in the day, tourists didn’t always arrive on the Funny Bus.
Get to know Joe Kuhlmann and the story behind The Evening Muse.
Hand-sewn quilt provides detailed picture of NoDa in 1942.
Neighbors secure easements through Preservation NC to protect three mill houses in NoDa from ever being torn down and win Historic Preservation Awards.
It was the summer of 1919, and teenager Clem Wilson had started his day by attending a baseball game and getting drunk. He ended it as the catalyst of the Battle of the Barn, Charlotte’s most tragic streetcar strike.
Jeff and Norma Hanson were pulling old insulation out of their attic in their Highland millhouse about four years ago when out popped a stack of 50-year-old letters. They were all postmarked August 1966.
Here are six tips for how to survive when the mercury soars into the 90s in NoDa:
There was a time when NoDa’s hot commodities were porn … and pastries. While much has been said about Neighborhood Theatre’s interesting past as The Astor, a XXX porn theater (“Park in Rear” stated the marquee), just a few steps down the sidewalk was The Pastry Shop. It was a bakery that drew loyal customers…
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…
join us on March 28 at 6:00pm at the Evening Muse for a lively discussion about community history and engagement. We hope this experience will encourage you to visit the famous Historic Rosedale site and explore its connections to NoDa.
There are plenty of great places to grab a drink in NoDa, and new places are opening up regularly, but for many NoDazens, you just can’t beat the old stalwart that is Sanctuary Pub. Sanctuary isn’t a place to chase down the newest fad in craft beers or rare wines, but it can’t be beat…