This article is hilarious. It almost reads like a parody. Do hipsters really self-identify as hipsters? Isn't that very unhipsterish?
Hipstery stuff the article mentions: referencing Wittgenstein, Dutch-style bikes, gluten-free bakery, Fernat Branca cocktails, felted-wool gazelle heads, futurism consultant, Burning Man, Subarus, yoga, localvore, nose-to-tail, James Murphy and LCD Soundsystem, Portlandia, farm-to-table, Filson/Woolrich heritage-brand aesthetic, salmon boudin hot dog, barrel aged cocktails, and much more! I think they have the bases covered here.