The Bangor Daily News reports Portland is attracting so many Brooklynites seeking authenticity at prices they can afford that they're recently held a "Portlyn" get together to commiserate about their JetBlue commutes down to their jobs in The City (yes, of course they keep their jobs down there).
And given that one of their complaints is that Portland doesn't have good public transit, how long can we hold out against the tomato-chowder hordes?
Oh, wait, good public transit ....
Ed. note: Yes, I am a recovering Brooklynite. But there were no hipsters when I lived there, I've never tried remaking Boston into Brooklyn Lite and, anyway, the part of Brooklyn I'm from is part of the 90% of the borough where people don't spend their weekends in search of the "authentic."