How to honor and honor the life of Richard Pryor

By KATHERINE VAN BERLAND and RICHARD PYRAMID The Hall of Honor, a barbershop and barber shop in the heart of Manhattan, has been transformed into a memorial for the late comedian and actor Richard Pryor.

The original building in the Bronx is now a museum with original photographs of the late actor, as well as the iconic Pryor headstone in the front lobby.

The barbershops first incarnation as a barber, known as the Barbershop, opened in the 1930s and the barbers began using Pryor’s likeness on their equipment and in the backrooms of the shop.

The Hall was named after Pryor’s mother, Frances, and the place was originally named for his mother’s brother, Charles Pryor, a famous Bronx-born actor who was a key player in the early days of hip-hop and rock music.

The place also features original paintings and prints of Pryor.

A number of other artists and figures from the late ’60s and early ’70s were featured in the barber shops first incarnation, including the late Jerry Lee Lewis, Michael Jackson, and Dolly Parton.

But the barbing shop is also a place where Pryor’s friends and fans have come to remember him.

The former owner, Bill Cosby, was one of Pryor’s earliest fans.

He helped Pryor set up the bar with a small crew of friends, including his sister and then-girlfriend Linda (Dee Dee) Brown.

Bill Cosby was born in 1951 in Manhattan and later moved to Chicago to pursue his acting career.

Pryor’s father, Richard Pryor Sr., was a major figure in the entertainment industry, and his father, Robert Pryor Sr. was an African American, according to the Smithsonian Institution.

Pryor Sr.’s career included roles in films like The Long Walk to Freedom and Dazed and Confused.

After his father died in 1981, Pryor’s family moved to Los Angeles and he began performing regularly in nightclubs, theaters and nightclubs across the country.

He had a major hit with his 1981 song, “I’m a Fool,” which featured the lyric, “All I want for Christmas is you, you and me, you, me and you.”

The song’s lyrics became a hit, and Pryor’s son was born.

Pryor became a huge star, and by the early ’80s, he was the face of hip hop.

The song “The Way I Am” became a major pop hit in 1980 and remained in the top 10 of Billboard’s chart for four years in a row.

The late 1980s and 1990s were a time of big music festivals, which attracted artists like The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, and David Bowie, among others.

Pryor also hosted the TV show, “Dancing with the Stars,” on ABC, and he starred in several films, including 1987’s The Life and Times of Richard Dreyfuss.

Pryor died in 1990.

His death has sparked a new generation of fans to take part in the museum’s collection, which includes Pryor’s original photos, props, and costumes.

The museum will have a retrospective exhibit on Pryor’s life, along with an exhibition of Pryor items, including a handcrafted Pryor statue, a replica of the Pryor head and his signature mask.

“Richard Pryor and his legacy is truly special to all of us,” museum director Lisa B. Haggerty said in a statement.

“This is a tribute to the people who loved him, the fans who loved his music, and those who followed his career in the years following his death.”

The museum is open daily, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and is open Monday through Friday.

For more information, visit the museum.