Doing the demographic decline at Pacific Standard magazine.
Theme: Ironic demography
Subject Article: "Where Young College Graduates Are Choosing to Live."
Other Links: 1. "The U.S. Cities Attracting The Most Families."
2. "How Many People Left Pittsburgh During the 1980s?"
3. "The Young and Restless and the Nation’s Cities."
4. "Growth Without Growth: An Alternative Economic Development Goal For Metropolitan Areas."
5. "The Metro Story: Growth Without Growth."
6. "Gender Wage Disparity in the Pittsburgh Region: Analyzing Causes and Differences in the Gender Wage Gap."
Postscript: Manhattan is dying, "The emptying of New York City: Nearly 1 million fewer people live in Manhattan now than a century ago. One reason: It got richer." Manhattan has lost more people than Pittsburgh ever housed at its population peak. As you all know, population decline is a strong indicator of a city in substantial economic decline.