Hipster invasion: Da Gambling Man | Comic Strip


Going home can be a momentous occasion or one of great loss. Like the old Spanish Harlem residents in Da Gambling Man who crave for a taco from a local eatery that was once a staple. To their surprise, they encountered a new species, the hipster—a reminder that even the food is getting gentrified.

Matthew Gamble, creator of comic strip, Da Gambling Man, inks humorous stories on the most uncomfortable issues. When duty calls, he transforms into a reporter to cover culture, news and art.

Donate to Ark Republic

Select Payment Method
Personal Info

Donation Total: $50

This donation means so much to us. We are an advertisement free press to ensure that our pages remain uncluttered. Please know that every dime and dollar goes to our operations, including our contributors which spans three continents. Thank you from Ark Republic

This major collaborative exploring gentrification is fueled by passion and power. Now, we need your generosity to keep stories like these circulating, and told. Please donate or become a member. Your money contributes greatly, as we are a boutique media company.

Ark Republic is an independent media company that provides a platform for free-thinking folk to tell stories as complex and colorful as possible. We need your help to keep the wheels churning and the stories flowing. Please become and member or donate to an organization dedicated to giving you stories that keep you informed.

Donate to Ark Republic

Donating is a revolutionary act of love.
Please, spread the word.
Welcome to the Ark Republic Nation | Black Farmers Index
Membership is gangster

Select Payment Method
Personal Info

Donation Total: $20

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Previous Story

Love notes in a lens: Gentrification in the East Village | Photo Story

Next Story

When sports complexes bring gentrification | Sports Talk with Chase Matthews | Podcast

Latest from Gentrification