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Comedy Tells the Truth, Declares Zach Galifianakis. With Baskets, That Would Be the Painful Truth.

David Hinckley | Posted 01.19.2016 | Entertainment
David Hinckley

Zach Galifianakis's character in the new FX comedy Baskets had dreams once, and they didn't include playing a rodeo clown in Bakersfield, which is what Chip Baskets is now doing. Chip still makes people laugh, sometimes uproariously and sometimes intentionally. More often he feels like he disappoints people, none more than himself.

The Real Talking Stick: A Visit to a Reservation in Scottsdale

Judith Fein | Posted 03.08.2015 | Travel
Judith Fein

The houses got sparser and the flat, parched, winter landscape was crowned and made glorious by the red-hued mountains in the distance. We tried to imagine what our meeting with Royce and Debbie Nez-Manuel would be like. It was nothing like our imaginings.

LOOK: This Is Not Your Average Picnic Basket

Posted 12.11.2012 | Small Business

One company in Ohio seems to be making a concerted effort to make employees feel small. In Newark, Ohio, the Longaberger Company's headquarters is...

7 Keys to Indemnification in Business Sales, Part 4 of 3

Jim Thomas | Posted 01.02.2012 | Denver
Jim Thomas

Whether you are buyer or seller, here are seven elements to think about when reading an indemnification provision: scope, damages, survival, exclusivity, caps, baskets, and third parties.

Meetings With Remarkable People in Japan: Jozan Sugita

Steve Beimel | Posted 07.09.2011 | Arts
Steve Beimel

Thanks to a mentor in the late 1940s, Jozan Sugita has performed a kind of "alchemy" by transforming life's hard knocks into opportunities for successful, creative and truly inspiring living.

Jerry Appleseed

Jerry Zezima | Posted 05.25.2011 | Comedy
Jerry Zezima

Everyone knows the story of Johnny Appleseed, who introduced apples in the Midwest by saying, "Granny Smith, meet McIntosh. Mac has invented a newfang...

Green Til The End: Using Eco-Friendly Coffins

USA Today | Sarah Skidmore | Posted 05.25.2011 | Business

Cynthia Beal wants to be an Oregon cherry tree after she dies. She has everything to make it happen -- a body, a burial site and a biodegradable coffi...