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A look at a disappearing daily ritual for many

Gail Brooks takes in the day's news while Wilbert "Mr. Chill" Wilson cuts her hair at the shop bearing his nickname on South Carrollton Avenue. Gail Brooks takes in the day's news while Wilbert "Mr. Chill" Wilson cuts her hair at the shop bearing his nickname on South Carrollton Avenue.
Wilson catches up on sports while waiting for his next customer. Wilson catches up on sports while waiting for his next customer.
The Rev. Msgr. Crosby W. Kern enjoys his daily paper at the rectory of the St. Louis Cathedral Tuesday The Rev. Msgr. Crosby W. Kern enjoys his daily paper at the rectory of the St. Louis Cathedral Tuesday
Patients Paul DeBrock (left) and high school senior Bryce Laird read the paper while iced up for therapy at Fairway Medical Physical Therapy in Covington. Patients Paul DeBrock (left) and high school senior Bryce Laird read the paper while iced up for therapy at Fairway Medical Physical Therapy in Covington.
Dwayne Collins reads the paper daily during his bus commute to work in New Orleans. Dwayne Collins reads the paper daily during his bus commute to work in New Orleans.

New Orleans, La. - With The Times-Picayune set to reduce its print schedule to three days a week, FOX 8's investigative partners at The Lens took a look at readers' rituals on Monday and Tuesday, two of the days that the paper will drop sometime in the fall.

Photographer Bevil Knapp set out across the metro area provides photos of scenes that will soon be a thing of the past.

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