Apparently, Boston and Cambridge aren't "bohemian" enough for some folks, who are attempting a sort of flashmob approach to make Boston a little hipper, a little gentler, more bohemian, more european, artistic, free and open.
Short term: Organize a mailing list and take over almost hip nightspots or restaurants for a night. Long term: Take over some slum, kick all those nasty poor people out and hipsterize it:
Choose a currently low-cost neighborhood to take over (buy/rent). Make it hip, bring in artists; have entrepreneurs in our group open cafe's. Choose an area with zoning that permits a MIXTURE of commercial and residential sites, and late night permits for cafes and restaurants. ... Get help from the city of Boston (tax relief, real estate rennovation subsidies) for urban renewal.
In other words, what Boston really needs is Yet Another Pocket of Smug, Funner Than Thou Government-Subsidized Hipster Trash. Not that I'm editorializing or anything.
In the Boston Store: