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Despite a long and fulfilling life — one filled with children, grandchildren, tons of friends and a love for singing in a barbershop quartet — the news was depressing and difficult to digest.
Standing in the distance on the beach, like a barbershop pole, was the red-and-white lighthouse.
The standard practice for all the men in my family was to go to the barbershop once every two weeks to get fades and close cuts, not having to worry about too much maintenance outside of that.
Shot in various locations of New York City, Carti lives it up a nightclub and then heads to the barbershop for a shape-up.
Music was supplied by the all-male barbershop Chorus of DuPage, the Firefighters' Highland Guard Pipe and Drums, and bands from Naperville North, Leyden, Osceola, Wis. and Hinsdale Central high schools.
The shop also has an inside barbershop with a red-white-and-blue barber’s pole.
The barbershop serves men, women and children and offers cuts, colors and fades.
Miniatures of a barbershop, an old village and an herbal tea shop are on display alongside workstations littered with cutting boards, rulers and knives.
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First Known Use: 1887See Words from the same year
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