“The Barbershop Diaries” Debuts

What’s in a barbershop? One heck of a story.

At a shop just blocks from campus, meet the owner, an engineering college dropout seeking salvation after serving time; his old college buddy, now a Hollywood star; a lesbian barber juggling a domestic relationship and her mother’s stage-four breast cancer; a Muslim struggling to find a quiet place to pray between cuts; an Ethiopian immigrant spending his jobless benefits on barber school; and many more people who have found a home at the Barbers Inc.

Associate Professor of Journalism and Mass Communications Michael Cheers and his students premiere their documentary “The Barbershop Diaries” 3 p.m. Feb. 8 at Morris Dailey Auditorium. They’ll also unveil an online portrait gallery saluting South Bay barbers and beauty salon owners.


One thought on ““The Barbershop Diaries” Debuts

  1. what a grand idea wish I was close enough to attendmy son in law is a barber there in San Jose rey lampkins and a former graduate of that school his wife will be attending today Deidre Lampkin I’m wishing the professor and his students the best greetings from Atlanta Georgia from a former student in the Masters program education

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