Most cuts cost 20$. Fades and flattops are 25$. If you have long hair and need a shampoo and layered cut (or God Forbid, color) find a salon–there are thousands of them. This is a Barbershop. I specialize in ivy league cuts, clipper cuts of all kinds, fades and flattops. There are only a couple of shops left that provide this service in the Downtown area.
Please call early in the day, or a day early, for all appointments. Many last minute appointments cannot be made under the “By Appointment Only” format which the industry has adopted for the duration of the pandemic.
NO VACCINATION NO HAIRCUT. If every shop adopts this policy we’ll be able to recognize the anti-vaxxers by their crazy-hair. I don’t care what your excuse is–NO VACCINATION NO HAIRCUT.
Kitty-corner from the City Hall clock tower, situated in the lobby of the historic Grain Exchange Building at Fourth Street and Fourth Avenue, we are just one block from the Government Plaza light rail Station.
- 400 South 4th Street #118
Minneapolis, MN 55406
- Call 612-333-7426 for your appt.
- Haircuts are BY APPOINTMENT ONLY.
- The shop has a new, Covid-compliant HVAC system. Your visit will be safe, hygenic and comfortable.
- New regulations require masks. There will be no shaves at this time. No line-ups. But I’ll take care of you the best that circumstances allow.
- Easy-to-maintain haircuts and special requests
- Flattops, high & tights, fades, ivy-league cuts
- Most cuts cost 20$. Fades, style cuts, 25$.
The Seward History Group is proud to announce the second printing of “A People’s History of the Seward Neighborhood.” Our first printing is completely sold out and was nominated for an award by the Midwest Independent Publishers Assoc. We took the “silver” award. Just announced: the book has earned the American Association of State and Local History (AASLH) top award in its category. I’m delighted to be a part of this community effort. Seven years of hard work with key support from the Minnesota Historical Society and the Hennepin County Library, Special Collections …. All profits return to the neighborhood group.
The University of Texas has just digitized Pavilions of Plenty for ease of use in the classroom. I am proud of this book and its contribution to the study of propaganda. I am going to take a break from history and write another novel–about which, more soon.
BRING YOUR PHONE. You can only enter the building at the 4TH STREET entrance. As with all public buildings you must wear a mask to enter. These conditions will remain in force until the pandemic ends. The Barbershop has a new HVAC system that filters out pathogens and is compliant with…