Stories about Hair

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12/23/2004

104 e 14th st ny 10003

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June 21, 2004

Straight Talk on Hair Village
by Rachel W. Sherman
No one who does Japanese hair straightening at Hair Village is Japanese….(more)
November 24, 2002 The Politics of Hair Removal
by Alicia Erian
She was dirt cheap, and we shared an interest in politics….(more)
Sal The Barber In The Make Believe Ballroom
by Jim Merlis
July 12, 2003 Rockaway Beach Memoirs
by Fran Giuffre
“He stood near my chair and said hello and made an attempt at small talk; a ballsy move (you’ll pardon the pun) considering that…(more)
February 12, 2003 To the Man Who Forgot his New Books on the Subway Platform at Lincoln Center
by Carolyn Murnick
“He carried her Victoria’s Secret shopping bags and flinched when she tossed her hair over her shoulder and it hit him in the fa…(more)
January 13, 2003 Free Associating On The Upper West Side
by Leland Pitts-Gonzalez
“His head is a little too big for his frame and he often squints his eyes as if he is going to cry. Evan never has facial hair,…(more)
October 23, 2002 The Barber Shops On Amsterdam
by Rachel Sherman
“This is a guy’s place,” he tells me. The barber working on his hair with an electric razor is giving him a fade-to-low trim….(more)
July 27, 2002 My Mortal Enemy
by Jim Merlis
“I was thinking how incredibly great I looked when this red faced, white haired man, wearing a worn out tan-green baseball cap,…(more)
January 11, 2002 The Four-Dollar Haircut, or Shaving Above the Apple
by Joshua M. Bernstein
One’s man relentless pursuit to “tame the jew-fro”…(more)
August 5, 2003 The Old Lady on the Steps
by Mike W.
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