So, a gentleman by the name of Henry Stewart has written a pretty good rant about the hipsters taking over his neighborhood. I've reproduced it below (without the identifying information). Can you guess which neighborhood he's talking about?
The link at the bottom gives the answer, and includes his full article.
"It's actually happening—hipsters are invading [what neighborhood?]. Sure, laugh it up, and then the next thing you know, [local coffee shop] serves $11 coffee, [clothing store] only sells skinny jeans, and the food at [restaurant] is vegan. You might say, "they'd never make it this far [in our direction] because the commute is too long," but like viruses adapting to antibiotics, some of them have developed the ability to ride the subway for longer periods of time, and thus have spread cancerously to neighborhoods like ours.
There were warning signs that people didn't take seriously. The [fancy] bar opened, catering to trendy youths with its wines and its foods from local independent vendors. The hipsters moved in to drink there. Then one of the neighborhood's trendiest residents, the owner of the uber-hip [pub] and [restaurant], announced he'd open a third location, the full-hipster [bar]. And people scoffed. While more hipsters moved in.
I've seen it: I've seen men wearing Club Masters in [bar], other men in red pants and Sex Pistols T-shirts under Elvis Costello-esque sports jackets on [local] Road. I've seen women wearing thick-framed glasses on [local] Avenue sporting dresses with leggings.
Now Brooklyn Industries, with its relevant apparel, is opening a store in [what neighborhood?], the Brooklyn Paper reports, near [main] Street, which used to have real businesses like [local store] but is increasingly crowded with hipster favorites like halal food trucks. In Journalism, three things makes a trend, which means that [what neighborhood?] has officially gone hipster."