Opened in 1938, Lovers Lane Barber Shop is not technically the oldest barbershop in town, but it sure acts like it. TV Land plays on two flat-screens, and, especially on Saturdays when dads pull up with pajama-clad kids in red wagons, the scene is “just like Mayberry,” says barber Ivan Havins. Havins, the shop’s most popular barber, doesn’t accept cards or appointments, though he’s been known to make house calls for clients in ill health and reserve time for the ones who fly private planes in for regular trims. Men brave enough to visit the nail salon in the back will leave knowing all the gossip Park Cities has to offer. Cuts, $20; shaves, $30. Some barbers take appointments and cards.