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March 27, 2012 Slideshows

Barbershop Sextet 

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A shave and a haircut'll run you more than two bits these days. But if you need one and you don't want to go the salon route, there's still barbershops around to tend to you needs. RFT photo intern Megan Gilliland paid a visit to six of 'em.
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Wyoming Barber Shop at 3192 S. Grand Boulevard has been in business since 1906. Owner Marco Valentino bought the shop in 2005.
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Wyoming Barber Shop.
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Wyoming Barber Shop.
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Wyoming Barber Shop.
Megan Gilliland
Bowen's Barber & Hair Style Shop (1124 N Kingshighway in Fountain Park) opened in 1969. Pictured is the owner, Jimmy Bowen.
Megan Gilliland
Bowen's Barber & Hair Style Shop.
Megan Gilliland
Dave Devine opened his American Classic Barber at 5419 Chippewa Street over six years ago.
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American Classic Barber.
Megan Gilliland
American Classic Barber.
Megan Gilliland
Dawn Causey, owner of Tayler-Made Barber Shop, works on a style. She opened the shop at 5888 Delmar Boulevard in December 2007.
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Tayler-Made Barber Shop.
Megan Gilliland
Tayler-Made Barber Shop.
Megan Gilliland
South Hampton Barber Shop (5423 Hampton Avenue) opened in 1955. Pictured is owner, Mark Hoffmann.
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South Hampton Barber Shop.
Megan Gilliland
South Hampton Barber Shop.
Megan Gilliland
South Hampton Barber Shop.
Megan Gilliland
Mark LaPlante opened Blades on Washington at 1123 Washington Avenue in August 2009.
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Blades on Washington.
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Blades on Washington.
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Megan Gilliland
Wyoming Barber Shop at 3192 S. Grand Boulevard has been in business since 1906. Owner Marco Valentino bought the shop in 2005.

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