Global Table Culinary Walking Tour October 22, 2016

Taste of the World 2016 is sold out but don’t fret, you can still enjoy the culinary treasures of East Charlotte with the Global Table Culinary Walking Tour. This tour for adventurous foodies explores 10 culturally rich businesses located along North Sharon AmityRoad … Continue reading

Eastway Park: 12 Years Too Long to Wait?

Residents last month renewed complaints about the incomplete Eastway Park, billed years ago as a would-be sportsplex with nine multipurpose athletic fields, picnic shelters, a recreation center and tennis court. Today, it’s a parking lot with two soccer fields, disc … Continue reading

Eastland Area Languishes Again this Holiday Season

I moved to the Windsor Park neighborhood in East Charlotte in 2008. At that time, the whole city was in the heady days of what we now consider a real estate bubble before The Great Recession. The first leg of … Continue reading

Bojangles’ Coliseum Renovation Update

As the $18 million renovation of Bojangles’ Coliseum races to completion, we’ve had some peeks into the changes – without even having to put on a hard hat. East Charlotte City Council representative John Autry took the pictures of the … Continue reading

East Charlotte’s Elizabeth Neighborhood New Development

We recently shared plans for a new apartment development at former Roy White’s Flowers location in east Charlotte’s Elizabeth neighborhood. Across the street plans for the site of restaurants Jackalope Jacks and the now-closed Philosopher’s Stone Tavern were submitted this week. … Continue reading