As Chief Official White House Photographer under President Obama, Pete Souza had a front-row seat to history for eight years -- and he let us in on that history by snapping nearly 2 million photos. In this episode, the author of "Obama: An Intimate Portrait" talks about growing up in Dartmouth, Mass.; his backstage pass to moments that defined America; why he thinks Obama will make a good grandfather; and why -- despite the thrill of the job -- he's happy that it's over.
Amy and Phil discuss the significance of Dartmouth embracing its title as an 'Age-Friendly Community' and what that will mean for residents now and in the decades to come. They also talk about some amazing seniors living life to the fullest, and share why they happily embrace their inner elders.
Dartmouth Digest (Ep. 1): Standard-Times reporter Aimee Chiavaroli and Chronicle editor Phil Devitt join forces to to talk all things Dartmouth, taking you behind the scenes of their stories about the people, places and events shaping life in town