Our post listing the twelve Denver neighborhoods with the most hipsters was based on data from FindTheBest.com.
And not all of our readers agreed with the conclusions.
There was plenty of debate about neighborhoods with an apparently higher hipster quotient, most of it good-natured and humorous.
Here's an exchange that offers a case in point.
Justin Hall writes:
Country Club and no RiNo? What have you folks been smoking?
Jordan Chavez writes:
Send your story tips to the author, Michael Roberts.For more memorable takes, visit our Comment of the Day archive.
To be clear: They congregate in RiNo but don't live there. They've got to bike in.
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