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On her way to the grocery store or laundry, Melissa Kirschenheiter would pass a barbershop in New York’s Harlem area. She noticed barbers and customers drinking and listening to music and was intrigued. “It felt like a dance club,” Kirschenheiter said. “It did not feel like a barbershop.”
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