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The leveling chair: Barbershop and salon owner brings values, culture to craft

Customers leave Busy B’s with 'more than just a haircut'

Bernard Franklin trims Fernando Martinez's mustache as his son, Niko, holding onto the barbershop's barber cape that's draped over his father.
Bernard Franklin, left, trims Fernando Martinez's mustache as Martinez's son, Niko, 2, roams around Busy B's Barber Shop & Salon on Jan. 17. Over the years, Franklin has regularly cut Martinez's and his son's hair. (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Audra Anderson Assistant Editor
Walking into Busy B’s Barber Shop & Salon, there are five chairs to choose from, some worn fro

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