With its lake long gone and trees and homes in its wake, it is difficult to imagine a prominent spot on 36th Street as an exclusive destination.
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.
NoDa has a new option for healthy, tasty food in the latest location of Charlotte-based Spoons.
NoDa’s latest addition to the art scene still opened its doors in the midst of a pandemic, bringing together all of Charlotte for a community art space.
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.
Dream come true! NoDa Brewing Company has made its long-awaited North Carolina dream a reality by now having its brews in practically every county.
Plans for a new arthouse cinema in NoDa are continuing to move forward.
What a difference a year made.
After building our businesses in NoDa for the past 12 years, Jeff and I are excited to be branching out to the Plaza Midwood neighborhood.
What happens when you take a cross-section of the NoDa neighborhood and mix it with the love of trivia?
Dining in an igloo in NoDa is yet another experience that you probably didn’t expect prior to 2020.
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.
Did you know that NoDa is built on the Nationally Registered Historic District of North Charlotte?
This holiday season, if you are shopping, please consider choosing from a range of local-to-NoDa options.
NoDa neighbors & businesses,
What a year…
Longtime NoDa resident Graham Smith passed away in November.
Get to know Great Wagon Road Distilling Company.
Here we are in December, and it’s no secret how hard it’s been since March for local businesses.
We all might be ready for this whole COVID-19 thing to be over, but it’s not.
If you were not fortunate enough to know the incredible spirit and energy of Davis Flohr, you might drive or walk by the former Clemson Avenue Park and wonder why it was recently renamed Davis Flohr Neighborhood Park in his honor.
Great food, live music, and a vibrant atmosphere. Sound like the restaurant around the corner?
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.
Charlotte is known for its symphony and beer scenes, and when the two join in concert it’s magical for lovers of both.