Keeping a City Young

Interesting story in this morning's New York Times: The hip and vibrant cities of the Left Coast are worried about declining numbers of children in their communities.

And it was just the other day that the PG's op-ed page was urging Steeler Nation to come to Pittsburgh to retire.

Portland has wants the next generation to grow up there. Pittsburgh wants the last generation to die here. Am I being unfair?


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