The basketball star isn't the only one moving back to Ohio. Even with manufacturing on the decline, Cleveland is drawing talented migrants from other areas.
And other findings from a couple of thought-provoking troublemakers.
The loss of the U.S. Airways hub signaled the start of Pittsburgh's remarkable turnaround. Does that make United Airlines' departure from Cleveland Hopkins International Airport a cause for celebration?
Why bother with the high talent costs of London, San Francisco, or even Warsaw?
Questioning our understanding of "gentrification" is a necessary first step toward helping people who are stuck in impoverished neighborhoods.
Can a city's suburbs be a source of dynamism, cool places where people are eager to live and play and work?