CBS 2′s Harry Porterfield introduces us to a barber who uses his craft to help people during times of great stress.
Three years ago after the Blackhawks won the last Stanley Cup, Tremonte’s Barber Shop saw plenty of men looking to shave of their beards. This year, owner Will Tremonte thought he’d make an event out of it.
He ran a business on the South Side for more than half a century. And now barber Delmar Dunn has retired. CBS 2’s Harry Porterfield reports.
While barber shops may seem like a ubiquitous dime a dozen, there’s quite a lot that can set one apart from another. Often its the little touches that make a shop special, like a particularly good value, eccentric decor, the effortless precision of a master barber with a few good jokes, complimentary beer, or the owner’s dog lounging at your feet while you wait. Here’s a list of some of the best places in town to become a regular customer at that will keep you looking tight.
Rod Blagojevich’s barber says the former Illinois governor’s famously thick, dark hair is dyed and will turn gray within the first months of his prison term.
Barber is a bad word to Bears fans right now, but D.J. Moore’s barber is one of his favorite people. The diminutive defensive back likes to stay a cut above – both on and off the field.
A West Pullman man charged with raping two women he met on Facebook allegedly attacked a third woman just hours before one of the other rapes, prosecutors said Wednesday.
Wayne Smith, 25, allegedly communicated with one woman over the phone and through Facebook before they met in person in October 2009.