The COVID-19 pandemic has halted concerts, exhibits, and shows of all kinds, leaving many artists and performers in difficult economic situations.
The Goodyear House is bringing good times back to NoDa
With so many summer activities put on pause due to COVID-19, The Goodyear House is stepping up to provide your Saturday evening entertainment.
Strange times but good news & brews at NoDa Brewing
Since the taprooms shut down and many business accounts, restaurants, and bars stopped serving on-premise, NoDa Brewing was forced to suddenly pivot 100 percent of its products to packaged four-packs, crowlers, or bottles.
Charlotte Art League member spotlight: R. Sumner Fine Art Photography
Everyone has a story. Some people are great storytellers. But not all of our stories are oral or written.
Navigating the NoDa restaurant scene amid COVID-19
On March 17, 2020, my husband and I let go of 85 team members. It still hurts.
Bringing yoga to NoDa’s living rooms
Jillian Scuderi-Longsworth is the co-owner of NoDa Yoga and is widely recognized as one of Charlotte’s top instructors of the practice.
NoDa Company Store adapts to strange unknown
To say it’s been an unusual month would be an understatement.
Charity serves thousands of meals to those in need during COVID-19 closures
The Hearts Beat As One Foundation has funded and served over 12,000 meals to those in need in our various communities.
NoDa comes together in response to crisis
Here are just a handful of the many positive steps that neighbors have taken to help each other through this difficult time.
Guided meditation: Releasing negativity and bringing in love and gratitude
With everything that is going on in the world right now, it is easy to get caught up in fear, anxiety, and stress.
Change and charity in the midst of a pandemic
Things that are suddenly new to us: social distancing and quarantining. Things that aren’t: creative adjustments and helping others.
Staying positive during uncertain times
I know that NoDa is the strongest community I have ever been part of and that when we experience tough times, we persevere together.
Growing in (and with) NoDa: Local filmmaker reflects on journey
Born in LA but raised in the Queen City, movie maker Phil Beebe has called NoDa home for the past seven years.
Brewing and growing in NC
On the heels of its eighth anniversary, NoDa Brewing Company is expanding its Tarheel footprint!
The Johnston Mill: The mill that almost never was
The Johnston and Mecklenburg mills have been neighborhood landmarks for the better part of a century.
Weaving communities together in the mill district
If you’re new to Charlotte, or old to Charlotte, or visiting from out of town, NoDa can be a little confusing.
Black and white photo exhibit highlights NoDa’s colorful past
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.
It was a very good year
The Goodyear House is finally open, and it’s well worth the wait.
The world’s Hart: Meet the man behind The House of LeMond
LeMond Crayton-Hart is the “all-in-one” owner, operator, stylist, tailor, and designer behind The House of LeMond brand.
Amelie’s plans for mid-July opening of new NoDa space
Relocation plans for Amelie’s flagship NoDa bakery are well under way, with an estimated mid-July opening for the new space at 136 East 36th Street.
Four Dogs hosting annual Queens Coop Chicken Coop Tour fundraiser
It’s time for the sixth annual Queens Coop Chicken Coop Tour!
How to create less waste in a tough spot: bathrooms and laundry
This month, we’re focusing on reducing waste in our bathrooms, which may be one of the most challenging places.
Monthly TaroScope readings by Gina Spriggs, a well-known intuitive tarologist and owner of NoDa’s Curio Craft & Conjure.
NoDa Brewing Company gives back with free event space
If you’re ever in need of a fun, popular, and free (yes free!) private space for an event, NoDa Brewing Company could be your spot!
Back in the Day: Whiskey bent and North Charlotte bound
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.