Are things so bad that we need to move to the most miserable city in America (according to Forbes)? They sure are. Pack your bags, we're all moving to Cleveland! According to new reports, some New York artists are fleeing to there after getting priced out of the boroughs. Animal notes that it's not "a full-fledged trend yet," but it is getting media attention.

One relocated artist told WKYC that in New York, "you’re losing the sense of community and working together… Cleveland is a great place for art. There’s a lot of culture and diversity here. You still get the big city feel.” It also has this charming nickname: the Mistake by the Lake.

A recent WNYC report pointed out that artists aren't just fleeing New York, but "artists fresh out of art schools around the country are choosing to live in nascent artist communities in regional cities like Detroit and Cleveland—which are dangling incentives to attract this group—and bypassing New York altogether." Guess Newark just isn't cutting it for this new lot of young creatives. We await the Cleveland-branded Camel...