11.16 On Jack: Chappelle Parties With SNL Cast [Video], Tinder Gets Gender-Friendly, Carrie Fisher Hopped On Han Solo

Saturday Night Live: If you wondered if the cast of  goes partying after the show – they do. This past weekend, Dave Chapelle was the host – and he and some cast members along with the musical act that night, Questlove, headed to he Cutting Room in Manhattan — at 5:22 am.  Chappelle got up on stage with a very excited cast member Leslie Jones – who was in Ghostbusters – and covered a Radiohead hit.


Russell Wilson wants to back the new NHL/NBA stadium, Part 2:

In a Players Tribune interview he talked about his love for the Sonics, “When I was about eight or nine years old, my older brother, Harry, and I would battle in NBA Jam on the Super Nintendo in our bedroom almost every day. He’d usually pick the Chicago Bulls, and I’d usually pick the Seattle SuperSonics.

“I loved their name. I loved their colors. I loved Kemp and Payton, and then in later years, I loved watching Ray Allen swish corner threes with that perfect form.”

Tinder: On the dating app, if you’re so inclined, you can now choose who you are from nearly 40 options besides male and female such as transgender woman, transgender man, transmasculine, or you can just write in however you identify.  More here.

Actress Carrie Fisher now says that during the making of Star Wars – A New Hope – the one from 1977 — She and Harrison Ford had an affair – he was married! Gadzooks! More here.

Experience Music Project. Back in the year 2000 – it was all anyone could talk about in Seattle – the multi-colored trash can of a museum next door to the Space Needle – they had a huge concert celebration with huge acts like Matchbox 20 and Beck. The famous Frank Gehry designed it and many people felt we got the short end of the stick on that one – his other designs around the world are breathtaking… anyway, the new name for the emp is the Museum of Pop Culture. Or, MoPop. The upside of all of this, if you’ve never been, it’s free this Saturday —The Kurt Cobain exhibit is actually pretty cool.






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