Cafes and barbershops, they are what makes a community

Photo by Phillip Lansing.

When I’m feeling hungry, I like to find those old hole-in-the-wall restaurants that look like they’ve been around for generations. The paint is usually chipping around the window edges and not all the stools are working in the breakfast bar area.

As the waitress approaches to top you off, the coffee pot looks like it has served your father and grandfather. She greets you…

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