For Jacquè Scott, becoming a Comcast RISE Award recipient was timely. Scott, who owns Another Planet Barber Shop, won a new computer that is using to market her business, communicate with customers and connect with barbering students.
South Street’s popularity has fluctuated over the years, but it’s still one of Philly’s most robust small business hubs. To help spotlight the 400 or so independent operators there — who, like many others, have had a rough time trying to survive the pandemic...
Philadelphia rolls out the rainbow carpet to celebrate LGBTQ Pride Month with a lively parade and festival happening Sunday, June 9. The PrideDay LGBT Parade and Festival is now in its 31st year, and 2019 gives revelers something extra to recognize: the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots, the multi-day protest that’s credited with skyrocketing the LGBTQ rights revolution.
The South Street Headhouse District is home to more than 400 businesses, many of which are small, independent shops run by some amazing men and women. No matter how long they’ve been in the district, one thing is certain: every business has a story to tell and we can’t wait to share them with you!
We wanted to learn all about Another Planet Barber Shop, LLC and its impressive online reputation, so we took a few minutes to talk with the owner, Jacqué “Sci-Fi” Scott. The first question we had for Jacqué was what is it that sets Another Planet Barber Shop, LLC apartfrom their competition in Pennsylvania.
From the signing of the declaration of independence to the underdog tale of rocky balboa Pennsylvania’s largest city is as diverse as it is culturally rich. We take a jaunt through the city of brotherly love to check out the barbershop's tending to Philly's gents.
Jacque’ Sci-fi Scott whipped out her clippers, then spent four hours one recent Sunday afternoon cutting voters' hair steps from a polling site in Philadelphia. There were fades, line-ups, partial cuts and even a shave.
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#PlayPhilly // "We change daily" ⠀⠀Meet Jacque Scott, PSL basketball player and owner of @apbsllc⠀⠀After a serious car accident left her in a 4-day coma and with permanent vision change, she had to put basketball - a lifelong love and hobby - to the side in order to heal. That was 2014. ⠀
Barber Jacque’ Scott, better known as Sci-Fi, is definitely on the come up. The 27-year-old hair magician can allegedly turn any head into a mind-blowing piece of art. And you don’t have to take my word for it. Just check out the 5-star Yelp reviews calling her the “best barber in Philly.”