A couple of weeks ago, the NYT “Vows” section featured the story of Jennifer Keen and Paul Sousa, an atypical couple for the “Weddings and Celebrations” pages: they are both recovering addicts and community college students; in the photo she wears a wedding dress. He’s wearing shorts.
Yesterday, in the Times’ Public Editor section, Clark Hoyt defended the story against a contingent of readers who “regarded the weddings pages as a place for upstanding people with good educations who come from good families” and who thought these rapscallions didn’t fit in.
We’ll be performing live, Tuesday night, June 16, at Cobb’s Comedy Club in SF. We’ll do a full-length sketch show, with some old and new sketches and some brand-new KH videos. Then the brilliant Beth Lisick will host a Q&A with us. After that, we’ll sign books (Obama, Weddings, and SkyMaul will all be for sale there).
We’re thrilled to announce that our two new books — “Obama’s Blackberry” and “Weddings of the Times” — are officially in bookstores today and tomorrow, Monday and Tuesday, June 8/9. We’re proud of these two new additions to the KH oeuevrer (sp?) and we hope you like them. Please ask your local bookstore to order, and tell a friend, too. (You can order both at Amazon, or the online retailer of your choice, by going to the “Books” page on this web site).