Friendly arguments aren’t hard to find in a barbershop, but try cutting in on a hallowed symbol — that red, white and blue pole — and it may be time to hide the scissors.
A barbershop in north Minneapolis is giving customers more than haircuts. They’re giving them life lessons.
African-American leaders will gather in Minneapolis on Monday evening to hear results from a three-year initiative aimed at improving the health of African-American men in the Twin Cities. It’s called Barbershop Conversations.