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A Worthy Philly Sale; Hipster Haircuts Aid Oil Spill Cleanup

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PHILADELPHIA—Racked National alerts us to the start of the Joan Shepp sale in the Sixth Borough. Why should you care about a boutique that's a two-hour bus-ride away? Because Shepp has great taste and a very brotherly-love approach, which means her collection of labels like Comme des Garçons, Margiela and Rick Owens come in a full range of sizes—not just 2 through 6. [RNA]

WILLIAMSBURG—Not long ago—though maybe too long ago in ongoing-oil-spill time—we wrote about Matter of Trust, a non-profit that collects hair from salons and groomers to make oil-soaking bolsters for the Gulf. Now, it turns out that two 'Burg institutions are offering their services. Get your head shaved for $10 at Woodley and Bunny any Thursday this month, and they'll send the resulting clippings to Matter of Trust. The puppy stylists at Dog Addiction are offering a similar deal, giving discounts on Wednesdays and Thursdays and donating all the shorn fur to the cause. [Previously; Brooklyn Paper]