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Unofficial guide to hipsterhoods of Texas and the Great Plains

With the exception of Texas, much of the Great Plains is often overlooked by the national media when citing hipster-cool city neighborhoods and districts. Similar to the Rust Belt, what is actually considered Great Plains is somewhat fluid, depending on whom you ask. For … Continue reading

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More Detroit “cool” vibes

Several more stories have come out in the national media during the past week or so about how Detroit’s becoming America’s new hip, bohemian hotspot and THE place to be. Here are links to stories from the New York Times … Continue reading

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