Buzz Lightyear, Insane Clown Posse, and a drunk-driving police chief: the top Detroit Metro Times headlines this week

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The members of Insane Clown Posse are movie stars. - COURTESY OF PSYCHOPATHIC RECORDS
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  • The members of Insane Clown Posse are movie stars.

This week it seems our readers were feeling a bit nostalgic as the most read story was Tim Allen's departure from Pixar's latest Buzz Lightyear movie.

A few readers are still interested in the racist chaos that erupted at a Birmingham school board meeting back in August. Detroit's ongoing towing scandal continues to be a story of interest for readers, and so does Taco Bell's latest menu offering to metro Detroit.



These are the most-read headlines of the week.

10. "Elizabeth Holmes suckered Betsy Devos's family into giving her $100 million, according to testimony"
9. "Nazi salute, insults hurled at chaotic Birmingham schools meeting over mask mandate"
8."Detroit police commander arrested for drunken driving is named Highland Park police chief"
7. "Sen. Mitt Romney unveils Ted Lasso Halloween costume and it's giving bizarre Brazzers vibes"
6. "Taco Bell tests new plant-based protein menu in Detroit"
5."Documentary explores Insane Clown Posse's journey from high school dropouts to First Amendment warriors"
4. "Promoter cancels hip-hop concert due to fan outcry over vaccination mandate at Detroit's Masonic Temple"
3."Ongoing towing scandal leads to FBI arrests of two Detroit cops"
2."As Kellogg strike stretches past 3 weeks, workers say they’ve noted lack of GOP lawmaker support"
1. "Tim Allen isn't voicing Buzz Lightyear in new Pixar movie and people have feelings"

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