It looks like plenty of people are still interested in the creepy and movie-worthy laundry room that went viral on TikTok.
Our readers were most interested in what happened at a Birmingham Board of Education meeting as parents and residents were outraged that the board decided to mandate face masks for the upcoming school year. Our cover story, which addressed policing in Detroit's Greektown district was also a point of interest this week. Our readers were also “tripping” on Ann Arbor’s announcement of the newly implemented Psychedelics Awareness Month.
Here are the top stories of the week:
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