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By Natalie Gorsuch
Williamsburg Correspondent 

A New Facet of Life (Part 2)

Harry Mullins Brings Charlie's Barber Shop Back to Life

 
Series: Williamsburg | Story 25

February 6, 2020

Natalie Gorsuch

"This place, I want everyone to feel a piece of home when they walk in," Mullins said. "Maybe they went to Charlie's for their first haircut or maybe their grandfather did. I want people to have that sense of nostalgia."

Remember it – the Williamsburg barber shop, circa 1958 – what do you see?

Take a look around – the small sink, the two barber shop chairs and the bar with mirrors. If you step into Charlie's Barber Shop today, you're going to see those same things that made the place so memorable all those years ago.

Williamsburg resident Harry Mullins said, "I just want people to feel at home, but also have that sense of nostalgia when they walk in."

Over the past two years – since he has bought the barber shop – Mullins has welcomed residents and visitors young and old and even local politicians...



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