Unofficial guide to the hipsterhoods of Dixie -UPDATED



As a continuation of this series on hipster neighborhoods in cities (see previous posts on the Rust Belt, Texas and the Great Plains, and Mountain West), below are those hipsterhoods which were identified in cities of the Southern states, including Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee. Any updates, additions, and/or corrections are most welcome.  For hip college towns and smaller cities like Key West, specific neighborhoods were not listed.  Enjoy!



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1 Response to Unofficial guide to the hipsterhoods of Dixie -UPDATED

  1. e says:

    Carborro is part of Chapel Hill (not Durham), which is suspiciously absent from this list!


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