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The most hipster city in the country is...Hoboken?

Apparently America's coolest city is located in Jersey, and it looks like this. Kinda.

By Dana Varinsky
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Hobokeners are the hippest of them all, according to a new ranking from website FindTheBest.com. The site compared cities with more than 50,000 people, and determined which have high percentages of college grads between the ages of 20 and 34. Then they looked at how many cafés and yoga studios there were for every 10,000 residents and voilà: Hoboken was the winner.

Since we don’t quite believe Williamsburg and Bushwick should take a backseat to New Jersey, we’ve put some of the most iconic hipsters we know into Hoboken, to see if they fit. Flip through and decide for yourself. 

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Photograph: Tracks: Melissa Sinclair

Mission Chinese chef Danny Bowien checks out the records at Tracks.

Photograph: Park: Melissa Sinclair

Dev Hynes (aka Blood Orange) takes in the skyline from Pier A Park.

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Photograph: Cassie Ramone: Courtesy Cassie Ramone / Benny Tudinos: Melissa Sinclair

Erstwhile Vivian Girl Cassie Ramone dines at Benny Tudino's pizzeria.

Photograph: James Murphy: MediaPunch Inc/REX USA / DC's: Melissa Sinclair

LCD Soundsystem's James Murphy hangs at DC's Tavern.

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Photograph: Benny Tudinos: Melissa Sinclair

James Franco strolls on Washington Street.

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