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.
Planning is under way for a range of projects that aim to help local artists and small businesses struggling with the impacts of COVID-19.
NoDa Yoga was forced to adapt quickly when COVID-19 hit, and has faced a challenging situation in the months since.
Perhaps the next time you taste a craft beer or Brizo seltzer from NoDa Brewing, you’ll enjoy an added experience; a little flavor of American history.
I believe your intuition is your unique brand of power.
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.
It’s almost that time: November 3 is right around the corner.
The Charlotte Film Society has announced plans for an arthouse cinema in NoDa.
Trees are critical parts of our urban landscape – they give us shade, habitat, and beauty, among other things.
NoDa Brewing Company has news to toast to!
Lori Konawalik is the proprietor of Mac Tabby, Charlotte’s first cat café.
Among all the issues that have bubbled up around social justice in 2020, the history of redlining is a major one.
NoDa Brewing Company is participating in a collaboration and important social initiative with 1,000 other breweries in 50 states and 19 countries.
Artist Darion Fleming recently completed a textile-inspired mural in front of Heist Brewery, at the intersection of North Davidson and Brevard streets.
It’s important, considering the COVID-19 pandemic, to have a Plan B to make your voice heard on November 3.
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.
Monthly TaroScope readings by Gina Spriggs, a well-known intuitive tarologist and owner of NoDa’s Curio, Craft & Conjure.
We are extremely excited to announce the launch of our first audio walking tour: NoDa Streetwalkers – An Art and History Tour.
Eight neighborhood trash cans are being turned into pieces of art as part of the North Davidson Street Art Installation Project.
It’s been more than a month since restaurants were allowed to re-open here in North Carolina. Everything is supposed to be feeling a little more normal.
Have you heard? November 2020 is going to be a BIG ELECTION!