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Church entwined with NoDa’s history faces demolition

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

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

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

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. ...
The Evening Muse celebrates 20 years by reopening after pandemic

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. ...
A look back at NoDa’s Electric Park

A look back at NoDa’s Electric Park

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. ...
Get your feet on the street during annual community walk

Get your feet on the street during annual community walk

Each year, starting on the first weekend of May, Jane’s Walk takes place in hundreds of cities across the world. ...

Help make NoDa a food forest!

Spring has sprung! It’s the time of year many of us start getting to work in our yards and gardens. ...

Looking ahead to a (hopefully) more eco-friendly 2021

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. ...

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Established in 2008, the NoDa News is a community-run, award-winning newsletter. Each month, volunteers provide and edit our content and help deliver the printed paper door-to-door within the NoDa neighborhood. Several local businesses, apartment complexes, and public libraries also carry the News.

 

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