Lines of cars snaked around the Forum arena in the Los Angeles suburb of Inglewood Friday to pick up groceries being handed out by a food bank. Drivers stayed in their vehicles as volunteers placed the groceries in the trunk or back seat. (April10) AP Domestic

Mark Zessin specializes in making sure luggage gets where it needs to go. When the coronavirus hit, he turned that talent into helping to feed those left unemployed in Houston.

Zessin led an effort to turn part of United Airlines’ cargo facility at George Bush Intercontinental Airport into a production line to create food boxes to help feed families left broke by the COVID-19 crisis. Pallets of

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