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Eric S. Huffstutler
4 days ago
I am going to have to read this one for sure! Like I have said, I live around the corner from this and see zero activity there going in and out of the door nor people waiting. And best dressed huh… 1940′s Zoot Suit? :-) Got to give him E for Effort though.

I know this stip of buildings have had code violations in the past and is owned by the same person who owns the 401 building that has remained a hollow shell since 2004 and won’t sell it.


John Whitworth
3 days ago
I have been going to Ben for some years now and it’s always a pleasure. Good conversation – stories of New York and his large family (daughter married last year), gun violence, drugs etc – the time passes quickly !.
Ben is the quintessential barber – and excellent value is both given and received!


UnionHillian
3 days ago
That suit…and that Cheshire grin, would make ‘Ole Nick jealous.
(That’d be the one in red w/horns)


Eric S. Huffstutler
3 days ago
So John, you are saying he isn’t a ethnic only barber? I recall seeing a sign outside a few years back they only did black hair. I would love a local barber… does he do old fashioned barbering including straight razor shaving?

But still, I never see anyone there during the weekends or in the evenings during hours. I think I have only seen 2 people total inside since it reopened. That is why I wonder how he can survive with so little traffic?


Eric S. Huffstutler
3 days ago
I must always catch him on off hours?


Gordo
3 days ago
WOw…thats an outfit. Not everyman can pull that off like he does


JoeO
3 days ago
I have went into his shop to have my haircut, and there was someone in the seat getting finished when I walked in and people waiting when I was done. He did a good job and was classy,friendly,informative and had HIS OWN style. Support a good local business.


Trish
2 days ago
Ben has cut my husband’s hair since we moved to Church Hill three years ago. I’ve never seen a more precise barber, plus he’s a super-nice guy. And that suit is one of his quieter ones. He color-coordinates right down to his shoes, which are custom-made. Glad that Style Weekly is recognizing a bona-fide Church Hill institution!

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Posted by jbwhitworth5343 on 08/09/2014 at 5:38 PM

Re: “Building a Compromise

If readers wish to delve more deeply into the whole question of the appropriateness and the zoning surrounding this building, you may research all the detailed correspondence at: http://180rva.com/PlanningCorrespondence

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Posted by jbwhitworth5343 on 07/17/2014 at 4:27 AM

Re: “A “Smarter” Ralph White?

What a great choice and to promote from within sends all the right signals.
Congratulations to all involved !

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Posted by jbwhitworth5343 on 05/07/2013 at 8:29 PM

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