Nothing says Echo Park hipster like ….

Photo by Holly

A key chain with a Gold Room bar charm and a Pabst Blue Ribbon lanyard.  If this is yours, it was found on Grafton street in Echo Park.


  1. Also, there appears to be a Ralph’s reward card attached. How ironic.

    • Soon to be the new Whole Foods so…not really!

    • Since we don’t actually know who owns the keys, perhaps it’s not ironic at all. I don’t remember EVER seeing someone representing a hipster wearing their keys around their neck. Perhaps the owner is a poor day laborer who received the key chain for free. Perhaps it’s the same poor day laborer you see wearing an IBM shirt that he picked up at the thrift store….or maybe he works at IBM and just picks up some day labor gigs on the weekends. You people are idiotic with all your rediculous assumptions.

  2. You can find the owner by bringing this to Ralph’s. that’s a more responsible way to find the owner, rather than a random blog post about it.

  3. OMG Jay…. why dont we tell you where they are you can come pick up… bring to ralphs and then see if you can track the owners down…. which now, days later.. im sure has worked it out without having his keys…

  4. Good deed, social/current comment attempted by glob, somewhat-irked responses…ironic.

  5. Next time skip your assumed generalizations

  6. Nothing says trashy LAist-style link-bait like a gratuitous “hipster” headline.

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