The New York City Barbershop Is A Dilemma

Posted August 08, 2018 06:10:01 The New Yorkers barbershop is on fire.

For a moment, you thought that the owners of the venerable barbershops were somehow in charge.

But they’re not.

They’re just one of a handful of barbers shops on the city’s streets that have been vandalized in the last month, and they’re all located in the Brooklyn borough of New York.

Barbershops are one of the oldest occupations in America, dating back to the late 1700s, and were traditionally located in big cities such as New York, Chicago, Boston, and Washington, DC.

The first barbers shop in the city was opened in 1849, in a converted hotel in Williamsburg.

Since then, barbers have had a long history of coming to New York to be part of the city.

Over time, barber shops have become increasingly popular as they have become the primary way for New Yorkers to get their hair cut.

But now the city is seeing a surge in crime.

According to the New York Police Department, crime has increased in the boroughs surrounding Brooklyn.

Between July and September of this year, there were 3,819 burglaries reported in Brooklyn.

According a 2016 report by the Police Department and the National Institute of Justice, nearly half of the total crimes committed in Brooklyn were reported to be committed by armed assailants, with robberies being the most common type of crime.

These crimes have led to a spike in the number of barber and other businesses vandalized across the borough.

And these attacks have been occurring in a very short time.

So far this year there have been 7,822 reports of vandalism, and of those, only 9 have been reported to police.

The Brooklyn Borough President, David Greenfield, says the city will be investigating every case and that the police will not be able to keep the borough safe from these kinds of crimes.

“[It’s] a very disturbing situation,” Greenfield said.

“[But] we have a history of working with barbers who are very respectful of the community, who are always willing to do what’s right, and who will not tolerate these kinds and these kind of crimes.”

For now, the police say the barbers on the street are not responsible for the crime, but it’s likely that they will take action against any perpetrators.