BROKEN WINGS 

BROKEN WINGS

From our If you haven t read it, it s still weird department: According to an August press release from the Memphis Food Bank, Kenneth Mister, a Kroger store manager, shared an honor by presenting $1,750 to The Food Bank. ... Mister is the recipient of the 2004 National Award of Excellence for Outstanding Community Service given by the Good Neighbor Program and Progressive Grocer magazine. Yes, kids, the 1980s really are back. And there really is a Mr. Mister.

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