South side barber A.J. Wedding is out to prove that the craft of barbering is not "a hustle:" It's a "profession." He's operating a barber shop with a built-in barber college to give barbers-in-training the skills and knowledge they need to build a career.
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South-side barber A.J. Wedding is out to prove that the craft of barbering is not "a hustle," but rather a "profession." He's operating a barber shop with a built-in barber college to give students the skills and knowledge they need to build careers.
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