Dredheads: A Portrait Of A Subculture
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Dredheads: A Portrait Of A Subculture
From its Rastafarian roots to its later appearance on the scalps of suburban bohemians, the dreadlock hairstyle has come to represent not just a proclivity towards reggae, but a broad range of personalities. From a dreadlocked woman who travels the highways in a converted MTA bus to such well-known musicians as The Grateful Dead's Bob Weir and Widespread Panic's Dave Schools, a number of subjects weigh in to ponder the dreadlock's resurgence in popularity. Is it truly a simple indicator of who smokes pot, or does it have a deeper meaning concerning one's relation to, or… More