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Antoine Dow helps bring dignity to young black men whose lives were cut short by gun violence.
A barber who spent nearly a century of cutting hair in upstate New York “didn’t know the meaning of the word retired.”
He became a core member of the Spanish-language troupe Repertorio Español after leaving Cuba, where he had spent time in a forced-labor camp.
Mr. Barber’s 1995 book presciently analyzed the forces leading to the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks and the rise in tribalism around the world.
Mr. Paczynski was one of the concentration camp’s longest surviving inmates and served as the personal barber to its Nazi commandant Rudolf Höss.
Barber was a popular and successful player on the P.G.A. Tour in the 1960s and went on to dominate in the early years of senior tournament play.
A 77-year-old man with a gun was killed by an off-duty city correction officer after an argument and a scuffle in a barber shop in Bath Beach.
Bill Barber, who performed with Miles Davis and John Coltrane, was one of the first musicians to play modern jazz on the tuba.
BARBER--Hugh R.K., MD. The Board of Trustees, the Medical Staff and the entire Lenox Hill Hospital family mourn the loss of our esteemed colleague. A distinguished physician, educator, scholar and advocate for women's health care, Dr. Barber was internationally renowned for his seminal work in ovarian cancer. He began his impressive career in 1944 as a resident at Lenox Hill Hospital, and was appointed Chairman of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology in 1963, a position he held with disti ...
BARBER--Hugh R.K., M.D. On December 26, 2006. Alumnae Association of the Lenox Hill Hospital School of Nursing mourns the loss of Lenox Hill's esteemed physician and our devoted supporter.
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