Weaver Street Market is probably the single most Bohemian acre in the whole Triangle. WSM is owned by the community and most of the workers are volunteers from the community. It is basically like a Whole Foods-type market, where everything is organic, fresh, antibiotic-free, etc. Plus, they’ve got a bakery section and a hot & cold bar where you can pick up some breakfast, lunch or dinner. They also make their sushi fresh daily. Every Thursday night except during winter, they’ve got wine & beer tasting with music on the front lawn which brings people out in droves. And Sundays from 11-1 are the best. Go get yourself some organic breakfast or pastries and sit on the lawn and listen to eclectic music (something different every week). Bohemians, hippies, tree-huggers, whatever you want to call them are out in force, along with gram and gramps, families with kids, punks with noserings, tattooed bikers, men in drag, girls in belly dancing outfits, you name it. If you are into hula-hooping, there are two girls that are there virtually every week who bring armfuls of custom hoops and let everyone use them. They’ll even make you one if you want. Check out their website for the full list of activities - http://www.weaverstreetmarket.com/.