You would think the disputes between “hipsters” and “non-hipsters” were the debates for an upcoming presidential election. Everyone has their panties in a bunch.
One article: http://www.nytimes.com/2012/06/20/dining/the-food-scene-in-east-nashville.html?_r=1 vs another article: http://www.nashvillescene.com/bites/archives/2012/06/19/the-unbearable-hipness-of-being-east-nashville-ny-times-discovers-our-food-bikes
I applaud both articles, but I also have this strong suspicion that the city-living New York Times’ journalist, ahem, nerdy word-writer, is a hipster-clad individual to some extent, as well. Maybe there’s a problem with modern-day journalism and people can write too freely. Maybe that’s what I’m doing now? No matter, a little editing, and the NYT article would’ve had hipsters and non-hipsters alike of Nashville swooning.