This week on Enterprise Plugged In: We learn about Sandwich's Anti-Slavery Society in the early 1800s, Andy Dufresne retires his Falmouth barbershop after 57 years, and Movies Under the Stars will be held this summer in front of the Falmouth Library on Main Street.



Links to stories covered in this week's podcast: 

Decades Before Civil War, Sandwich Led Cape's Anti-Slavery Movement

Andy’s Barber Shop Closing After 57 Years At Falmouth Plaza

Troy's Take: Movies Elicit Much-Needed Smiles During This Strangest Of Summers

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