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Video: 'Oh God, I Think My Neighborhood's Been Gentrified!'

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Vegan brunches and $5 PBR could be signs that your 'hood is gaining some cred, but perhaps not of the street variety. Rachel Glassberg offers her song response to a recent LA Times article suggesting that Echo Park was less no man's land and more upscale nightlife corridor. AKA: Gentrified.