A beer for a neighborhood icon

“Too blessed to be stressed” was a personal motto for Scott Brooks, a beloved and bright beacon of our tight-knit community. Now it will be a motto and a beer.

New Year, less waste

Becca Bellamy, Susan Plante, and Nicole Peterson are continuing their efforts to waste less – this time in the kitchen.

February TaroScopes

Monthly TaroScope readings by Gina Spriggs, a well-known intuitive tarologist and owner of NoDa’s Curio Craft & Conjure.

Low-waste store opens in NoDa

The NoDa neighborhood is thrilled to be the new home of the one and only low-waste store in Charlotte: Rooted Rethinkery.

Krampusnacht

Find out all you need to know for the 2019 NoDa Krampus Krawl (December 7).

December TaroScopes

Monthly TaroScope readings by Gina Spriggs, a well-known intuitive tarologist and owner of NoDa’s Curio Craft & Conjure.

On the Back Porch of NoDa

“We’re a neighborhood hangout,” Joey Hewell explains about NoDa Company Store. “We jokingly called it ‘the back porch of NoDa.'”

Courtney Salton: Charlotte Art League Spotlight

When viewing Salton’s oil paintings, you are struck by large, ambitious canvases covered with bold, confident brushstrokes, thick textures, and a rich use and juxtaposition of colors. Salton’s style has been described as “aggressive impressionism.”

A Treatise on Free Will

Whether you live every moment like a Dionysian free will enthusiast, or whether you just want to find a way to escape the rigmarole of life for an hour or two, Free Will Craft + Vine, NoDa’s only self-pour bar, has you covered.

What to do about Pesky Plastics

Charlotte recently changed its recycling policies to accept fewer recyclable items. Confused about why and what they accept now? We were too!

Carl Childs: Charlotte Art League Spotlight

Carl Childs is both a Master Leather Craftsman and a fine artist who uses both traditional and non-traditional materials (like chocolate!) to create his unique award-winning work.