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The residents had hastily packed up and left about a month ago, a neighbor at 255 McKibbin Street told the Post. But the residents, members of a band called “Broken Glow,” part of the Potion Collective group of bands and artists once based at defunct Potion café, didn’t leave because they knew they were being watched.
The band’s departure, however hasty, had nothing to do with the investigation into the attacks, band member Garrett Deming told BushwickBK. “Our lease was up, people knew where we were going,” Deming said. He and his roommates moved to a new apartment in North Bed
Originally posted by JustinSee
Ha. The hipster bands don't do anything but coc aine and one night stands, sorry. I would love to believe they had the capacity for any kind of organized rebellion, but they don't.
Originally posted by UnitedSatesofFreemasons
Hipster is a term they use here in brooklyn to call someone a hippie, but a new age hippie. Very artsy and usually interesting outfits and hair. They are regular guys. I can't understand how the FBI could flub this up so bad, one for anon!