A glimpse into the famous Diego's Hair Salon
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A glimpse into the famous Diego's Hair Salon

Diego D'Ambrosio has owned his hair salon for almost 50 years, serving locals to the Supreme Court justices and the Pope. Ask him if it's fun, and he'll ask you if Italians like pasta. The city is re-naming Q Street between 19th Street and Connecticut Avenue NW after the beloved barber Friday. (Anna Uhls/The Washington Post)

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