Last month, the board of the NoDa NBA was invited to attend Charlotte’s first Urban Design Awards, the Urbies.
Courage to close Crepe Cellar
In April 2009, at the very low point of the recession, a new restaurant opened its doors in the nearly-burgeoning neighborhood of NoDa.
Thursday, Jan. 7, 1909: How Lewis Hine’s North Charlotte photographs changed America
For the past year, NoDa News has focused a lot of attention on the history of North Charlotte’s mill days.
Get a handle on your trash!
What every NoDa resident needs to know about trash, recycling, and other things you want out of your home.
12th annual NoDa Ghosts & Legends Tour is back on Oct. 16
It’s time for our 12th Annual NoDa Ghosts & Legends Walking Tour.
The Independent Picture House targets Thanksgiving opening
Construction is in full swing at The Independent Picture House, with the goal of opening on Thanksgiving.
Sweet news for NoDa: Pepperbox Doughnuts opens new shop
There’s a new spot to treat yourself in NoDa!
Finding the beauty within
Between living in Manhattan and South Florida, I have been exposed to some of the most ridiculous standards of beauty there are.
Explore NoDa Bingo aims to help reconnect neighborhood after COVID closures
Bingo! One lucky person and lots of local businesses will win big with Explore NoDa Bingo.
NoDa chef wins in “Beat Bobby Flay” Food Network appearance
If you’re a Food Network fan, you might have seen a familiar face recently.
Good things for you & the planet at NoDa Brewing Company
Have you noticed new four-pack packaging at your favorite beer retailer yet?
Riding the last mile: A car-free trip to uptown
The 18 months since the pandemic started has been a great time to rethink personal priorities.
The Johnston Mill: A look at past, present, and future of NoDa cornerstone
North Charlotte’s third and final mill complex to be preserved and renovated into housing is underway at the Johnston Mill.
What’s next for the Johnston YMCA? Here’s to the next 70 years
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.
Coach at NoDa weightlifting gym makes Olympic team
A weightlifting coach at Charlotte Strength will make his Olympic debut for Team USA at the Tokyo Olympics this summer.
No such thing as a free lunch? Not so at NoDa Company Store
We’ve all heard the expression, “There’s no such thing as a free lunch.” That’s certainly true in many cases, but not at the NoDa Company Store.
Important change for trash pickup starting in July: Yard waste is going green
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.
Church entwined with NoDa’s history faces demolition
The red brick church at the corner of 36th and McDowell sits forlorn and empty.
When FOMO becomes a reality: Looking back at a year rocked by COVID
Like most of the world, our lives came to a screeching halt in mid-March 2020.
After 15 months, The Neighborhood Theatre will reopen its doors
Mark your calendars: The Neighborhood Theatre is reopening in June!
NoDa businesses welcome return to normalcy as COVID restrictions ease
On May 14, Gov. Roy Cooper announced North Carolina will be lifting the statewide capacity limit, gathering limit, social distancing requirements, and most mask mandates.
Return to normalcy at NoDa Brewing = vaccinations & events
Have a beer and a shot. This spring, NoDa Brewing made getting vaccinated a little more convenient and enjoyable!
As development continues, neighbor shares ways to stay involved in process
Tucked between Anderson and Sugar Creek is the area of NoDa near the Sugar Creek station, and it is on the cusp of a rezoning boom.
How to successfully grow vegetables in summer (in whatever size space you have!)
Want to grow some summer vegetables?
The Evening Muse celebrates 20 years by reopening after pandemic
The Evening Muse has been a cornerstone of NoDa’s art and entertainment for 20 years, and will finally reopen in May.