Tuesday, November 12, 2013

Tucson Among 35 Best Cities For Hipsters 35 and Younger

Proof that Tucson (and Phoenix) is hipster friendly, but Hipsters will still find other reasons why it isn't.

Posted By on Tue, Nov 12, 2013 at 9:00 AM

Hear that young people of Tucson? Wear those beards and mom jeans with pride.

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The journalist at Vocativ took the 50 most populous cities in the country and came up with the top 35 cities for folks 35 and younger. They researched which city had the most coffee shops, vintage clothing stores, music venues and cheapest takeout. They also considered stuff that hipsters need to live, like cheapest pack of cigs, pint of beer and the lowest price for an ounce of primo marijuana.

Of course Portland was number one, and Phoenix out ranked the Old Pueblo. They also mentioned that Tucson's job market wasn't as strong as Phoenix's, but we have less pollution and better public transportation. Hopefully, all the upcoming downtown development, millions of dollars pumped into the convention center and the new hotel coming will change the job situation? This is me trying to stay positive.

(via Vocativ)

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