Can Boston get hip?
A group of activists and entrepreneurs are determined to make the city more appealing for young professionals. And they’re prepared to step on some toes in the process.
They are familiar issues that have been bandied about for more than 20 years: What can Boston do to stem its post-collegiate drain brain? Why won’t the city allow nightclubs to stay open later than 2 a.m.? Is there a way for the financially troubled T to continue operating past 12:30 a.m.?