ATHENS - The man who just finished eight years documenting former President Barack Obama tried hard Tuesday not to comment on the current resident of the White House. And he almost succeeded. Almost. Pete Souza, the chief official White House photographer for Obama, spoke to an overflow crowd of several hundred at Ohio University's Baker University Center theater.
"We started talking and I found out we were both military," Powerhouse owner Matt Catalagno said. John Starner said, 'I don't know how much I can do, or if I'm even ready.' "And I said, 'Us Marines, we don't let each other fall behind.'"
Scott Houghton hopes that audiences will enjoy the dog tricks and human follies featured in his "Mutts Gone Nuts" show, but he also wants them to learn a serious lesson. "We're trying to dispel the myth that shelter dogs are somehow busted," Houghton said. "They are great dogs."