June 29, 2012
Judith Webb, a retired educator and storyteller, has noticed a change in the younger generation that is moving in. They are more conservative, generally, she says. City historian Diana Kohn says that "between 1963 and 1980, there was one protest after another." But eventually, the young hippies started cleaning up houses, marrying, having kids, becoming the "establishment," Kohn says. "Now they are homeowners, and they care about the schools, because their interests change."
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