Every Wednesday in Hartford, Conn., under the shade of an old oak tree, homeless people can get a free haircut. Well, not exactly free: 82-year-old retired barber Anthony Cymerys asks for a hug in return. Inspired 25 years ago by a church sermon about the homeless, Cymerys decided he wanted to help them not look like they had no home. His clients — some homeless, some just in a tough patch — line up on park benches and wait their turn for a haircut and a hug. "I love these guys," Cymerys said about them. He paused and turned to his client in the chair, "You know I love you, right?