(DETROIT, Mich.) Hello and welcome to this Thursday's edition of the Detroit daily roundup. It never ceases to amaze me just how quickly these months go by, we've already reached the end of September!
Today is Thursday, September 30, let's check out Detroit's biggest stories of the day.
On Wednesday, Detroit rapper Eminem's "Mom's Spaghetti" restaurant opened its doors on Woodward Ave. in Detroit.
The first 10 customers of the restaurant were greeted by Eminem at the walk-up window, who served takeout boxes of spaghetti and took selfies.
Across Metro Detroit, multiple booster clinics are popping up and offering Pfizer booster COVID-19 shots.
Macomb County has two booster clinics beginning on Thursday in Clinton Township at the Verkuilen Center and in Warren at the Southwest Center, while Oakland County has a drive-through clinic at 1200 N. Telegraph Road at the county government complex.
On Wednesday, Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer signed a bill with $55 billion in spending to finalize the $70 billion state budget.
Whitmer hosted the signing at Lansing Community College while promoting funding for tuition for community college with two programs.
For a second year, the drive-in movie theatre on Monroe Street in Downtown Detroit will be returning in November.
The drive-in will host showtimes every Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday evenings throughout the spring, and will include parking for up to 62 vehicles and 26 outdoor seats.
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