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    Renee Green, co-owner of Jimmy's Barber Garage, stands in front of an eclectic collage she created for the barber shop from magazine cutouts. Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson is one of the celebrities featured on the wall. In addition to hair cutting and styling, the business plans to host art shows, music and open-microphone nights.

  • Lisa Howard / The Sacramento Bee

    Co-owner Renee Green looks on while stylist Jason Graham cuts Carlie Taylor's hair at Jimmy's Barber Garage, 1017 24th St. in midtown Sacramento. In addition to hair cutting and styling, the business plans to host art shows, music and open-microphone nights.

Jimmy's Barber Garage, featuring cuts and arts, opens in midtown

Published: Friday, Jun. 14, 2013 - 11:14 am
Last Modified: Friday, Jun. 14, 2013 - 3:09 pm

Jimmy's Barber Garage, a full-service barbershop that also gives local artists the opportunity to showcase their work, is now open in midtown.

The Midtown Business Association hosted ribbon-cutting ceremonies this week at 1017 24th St.

Besides cutting/styling hair of both men and women, the business plans to host art shows, music performances and open-microphone nights in about 2,400 square feet of space.

The business also will offer old-school barbershop services, including wet shaves.

"We plan on providing a unique experience for customers that pushes the envelope when it comes to barbershops," said co-owner Terry Green. "Through music, design and the personalities of our barbers and stylists, we want to create a strong sense of community and culture for midtown."

Call The Bee's Mark Glover, (916) 321-1184.

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