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I'm thinking of moving to the Kensington area in a few months. Would you consider the neighborhood to be diverse? Is there a strong art community there as well? Thanks in advance for all your comments.
Yes it is very diverse. People of all nationalities and backgrounds. Kensington has like all nations represented, no kidding. I really love the area. You can have great food from the Balkans to India. Great people and great neighbors. About art I don't really know what you are talking about. You mean like the museum mile on 5th ave in Manhattan? Or like small artsy stores like in New Hope, Pennsylvania?
I'd say that Kensington is pretty diverse, yes. I don't think there is any sort of art scene there, though.
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