CHANDLER, Ariz. -- When Eddie Basha strolls through this special space just off the lobby here at his corporate headquarters, it is like being surrounded by loved ones. Seemingly behind every corner is a friend and a story to tell. The large oil paintings. The intricately crafted bronzes. The hand-woven baskets. All are part of more than 800 pieces of Native American and contemporary Western art that the 64-year-old independent grocer has gathered piece by piece over the years, and put on ...

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