What is up with the late night grocery store across the street from Kellogg's Diner at Metropolitan and Union avenues? I ran into this grocery store the other night to grab a sandwich or some other sort of prepared food to easily eat on the run, but when I grabbed food off of refrigerated shelves in the store, food that was supposed to be cold was very warm. None of the refrigerators seemed to be working. They sell lots of mayo-based items, so I didn't dare buy food there and risk food sickness. Do they purposely shut off refrigerators at night, did the store lose its power, or what? The store should throw out all of its refrigerated food, crank up the coldness, and sell new fresh food that was never stored in temperatures warm enough to spoil it.