This Detroit barber is keeping the Pistons’ hair game on point
He’s exclusive. He’s famous among the famous. He’s the guy when you say,”I gotta guy!” His name is Kendrick, but he goes by choochcutz on social media, and he is trusted by the like likes of Detroit Piston’s players so their game is always on point. Jason Carr stopped by his shop to check him out.
Michigan fines barber over Capitol protest, other violations
Barber Karl Manke, of Owosso, gives a free haircut on the steps of the State Capitol during a rally in Lansing, Mich., Wednesday, May 20, 2020. Gretchen Whitmer and reopened his shop last spring during the coronavirus pandemic was fined $9,000 for violating licensing rules, including joining a protest where hairstylists cut hair on the Capitol lawn. The Board of Barber Examiners on Monday accepted an administrative law judge's findings and issued the fines for violations — including barbering on the Capitol steps, where he was not licensed to operate. The fines were levied against both Manke and his business, and $6,000 stemmed from his participation in the Capitol demonstration last May. In a March 1 report, Administrative Law Judge Stephen Goldstein said his argument “may have merit," but the tribunal had no jurisdiction to address constitutional issues.
Michigan COVID restrictions: MDHHS issues clarification for cosmetology, barbering
The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) issued a clarification about face masks being required at cosmetology and barbering facilities. MDHHS is stressing that such personal care facilities -- hair salons, barbers, spas, facial boutiques, etc. -- must require clients to wear a face mask at all times. If a face mask cannot be worn, the service cannot be provided at this time. Read more from the CDC: Wearing of face masks while on public conveyances and at stations, ports, and similar transportation hubs
Education during the COVID-19 pandemic: A progress report
We’re a couple months into a very different school year because of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Some students are learning online, some are back in the classroom and others are doing a hybrid of both. With the number of new coronavirus cases on a dramatic rise, families that committed to virtual school are glad they did. The parents Local 4 spoke with whose kids are in virtual school are happy with how its going. For teachers, there is some frustration in the limitations of online learning.
All charges dismissed against Owosso barber who reopened shop during coronavirus pandemic
OWOSSO, Mich. – Charges have been dropped against a Michigan barber who defied Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s executive orders at the time and reopened his shop during the coronavirus pandemic. However, 77-year-old Karl Manke reopened his shop in Owosso in early May. Attorneys said the state Supreme Court’s decision on Whitmer’s emergency powers led prosecutors to drop the case. State regulations are still trying to revoke Manke’s license.