Trick or treat, smell my feet, give me something good to ... read?
you looked this week, tweeters were announcing a Halloween party. From
art galleries to film houses to the hangout spot of Curtis Granderson,
Detroit tweeters were all pretty happy with their choice of venue.
Wherever you spent your Halloween, one thing is for certain -- Detroit was ready for a party.
@Southloop spent the evening with Detroit Tigers' Curtis Ganderson: Best.
Halloween. Ever. Met Curtis Granderson! He was dressed as one of the
guys from revenge of the nerds. Got a pic and everthing.
Maybe some hitting advice was exchanged 'cause, Curtis, you need to hit better than .250.
@Unreal_real went to a very spooky spot where its Halloween 365 days a year. Well, at least it seems that way: Theatre Bizarre in Detroit. The greatest Halloween experience in the world
and there's this other thing that's happening here in the city, besides
Halloween. You might have heard of it – the election. A few tweeters
were into that, too.
@Annaleighclark asked for a little help with her voting card: I have one open slot on my ticket for tomorrow's Detroit city council vote. Who should it go to??
For the record, we don't suggest leaving that one "open slot" at the voting booth up to
Twitter. Check out our questionnaire of the candidates, or the many
others out there!
@Kapribanks is voting Pugh and reminding everyone when the polls open and close: Vote Charles Pugh for Detroit City Council. the election is tomorrow. Polls open at 7am and close at 8pm.
@JViniece re-tweets some info from Crain's Detroit Business and reminds Detroiters that you gotta get out and vote: RT:
@crainsdetroit Detroit election turnout could be up to 25 percent
<<please take the time to VOTE TOMORROW people!>>
And, finally, @Buildingsofdet drops this: urges his fellow #Detroit residents to make it out to vote tomorrow. Council by district, City Council and mayoral...
So that's that.
Please, Detroiters, remember to get out and vote. Detroit's chance at change needs YOU.
Keep reading. Keep tweeting. And start voting!
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Compiled by Model D intern Ryan Kelly