Works at the unfortunately-named coffee shop, "Brew You." A writer with modest aspirations. Weary, but generally content. Needs a vacation. (playlist)
Works at "Out-of-Tune," a music store not far from "Brew You." Comes from a large family. Used to live in the city. Still just trying to figure things out. (playlist)
Artist, various media. Milton's housemate/childhood friend. Willing to try new things. Sometimes pushy, means well. Prone to living vicariously. (playlist)
Freelance programmer. Milton's other housemate/childhood friend. Ingests unhealthy levels of caffeine. Loathes hipsters. A better person than he lets on. (playlist)
Works at "Out-of-Tune." Julie's best friend. An acquired taste. Member of various fandoms. Often adorable. (playlist)
Owner of "Brew You." Stretcher of truths. "Thrifty." Appreciates a good sweater-vest. A romantic at heart.
Owner of "Out-of-Tune." Frequently dour. Keeps affection for his employees buried deep within.
Co-owner of "The F-Stop," a camera store. Manages the front counter. Helpful by nature.
The other co-owner. Married to Phillip. Processes film. Often witness to scandal, banality. Hails from distant climes.
Kate's pet rabbit, origin unknown. Reared by television. Highly-imaginative. Jack's frequent antagonist. Cuddly.
Julie's pet cat, adopted as a stray. Leaps with abandon, hunts for sport. Surprisingly portable.
Worn as an homage to his animated hero, the Rabbit Detective. Attempts at removal are strongly discouraged.
A simpler hat, from a simpler time.
Owen's Cowboy Hat
One man's defiant display of an affection for country music.
The Hat of the Hipster King
Reputed to grant dominion over hipsterdom. Quite possibly, just a hat. Extremely fancy.