Here’s what’s happening Today in the 914, according to Westchester Woman: SNL is Our Favorite Show Again; IntoxiKate is Back; YWCA White Plains Food Drive; MORE.
1.) We admit that we stopped watching New York’s Saturday Night Live for a while, but we don’t think we’re going to miss an episode of SNL anytime soon. The cast is funny and diverse, the writing is smart and gets us to laugh when talking about issues like racism and sexism, even though that stuff sometimes makes us want to cry.
It does this all with a lot of heart and without being too divisive. Like this episode that shows us we can all find things in common with each other:
Some unity was definitely needed after last week’s election results, and they got one of the best in the country to help bring us together… Dave Chappelle. AND a Tribe Called Quest was the musical act! The episode started with a beautiful and hopeful rendition of Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah” by SNL‘s Hillary Clinton a.k.a. Kate McKinnon before Chappelle’s opening stand-up monologue.
Chappelle was raw, honest, hilarious and made fun of EVERYONE. The episode captured the white shock and outrage that occurred after America elected “an internet troll” as president, and other issues like mass shootings that once gripped the country before the election noise started.
He also reprized our favorite Chappelle’s Show characters. If you missed the full episode, you can watch it here:
Watch Saturday Night Live “November 12 – Dave Chappelle” episode (Season 42, Episode 6) on NBC.com
2.) Our palates are praising the return of Westchester’s favorite foodie goddess Kate Schlientz of Fork This with IntoxiKate. Westchester and Fairfield’s only food radio talk show is on 1490 WGCH on Tuesdays at 6 p.m. Tune in tonight for her first show back to get the latest on the local restaurant scene, recipes and entertainment tips from local food industry experts.
Tonight’s show will talk about Thanksgiving with Claire Bertin-Lang from CBL Liquid Consulting and Steve Distler of O’Brien Estate Winery in Napa, CA, Chef Navjot Arora of the new Irvington restaurant Sambal: Thai & Malaysian. Get the latest tips on dinner party ideas and gift ideas from IntoxiKate’s “Edible Christmas” series which starts on Nov. 29.
You can get the podcast and info of the best food events and restaurants in Westchester and Fairfield below:
BIG NEWS for IntoxiKate! I am pleased to announce Westchester and Fairfield’s only food talk radio show returns on 1490 WGCH Tuesdays at 6 p.m.-prime time! An extension of the IntoxiKate brand, the show explores the local restaurant scene, as well as recipes, entertaining tips, and more from local resources and top industry experts.
3.) It’s time for the YWCA White Plains & Central Westchester’s annual Holiday Food Drive that ends on Nov. 18. Here are the details and how you can help:
- Food store Gift Cards
- Donate a turkey, ham, or other dish, please contact Jessica Balmir, Residence Director, 914-428-1130 ext 301 or email@example.com to make drop-off arrangements.
- Canned sweet potatoes
- Cranberry sauce
- Canned fruits and vegetables
- Sauces and seasonings
- Pasta and rice
- Instant mashed potatoes
- Canned meats – tuna and chicken
- Jars of peanut butter and jelly
- Boxes of Hot and Cold cereals
- Non perishable baking items
- Heat and serve meals such as soups & stews
- Donate online
- Provide a Thanksgiving Basket – a complete holiday meal for a family of 5, including paper goods and a gift card to purchase perishable items.
- Host a Food Drive in your neighborhood or workplace
- Drop off donations at our Activity Center, 515 North Street, White Plains in the main lobby, through Nov. 18
3.) Today’s headlines:
Originated by the Contemporary Arts Museum in Houston and the Museum of Contemporary Art in Denver, this show contains 44 paintings on canvas or metal, four stunning videos and sundry occasionally interesting photographs – all spanning peripatetically from 1969 to the present. It regularly fulfills its contradictory “Pretty/Dirty” subtitle, sometimes within the same work.
Share on Facebook In an effort to help women find new job opportunities, the Center for the Women of New York held its annual job fair and panel discussion at the Sheraton Laguardia Hotel last Friday. The panel featured successful women who have excelled in different fields of work.
Following last week’s election that propelled Donald Trump to the White House and gave Republicans control of both the House and the Senate, two New York lawmakers are renewing their call to update the state’s abortion law to match federal Roe v. Wade decision.
Meet Grace VanderWaal, the 12-year-old singer performing on our float in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade! – GoldieBlox
We’re so excited to announce that in this year’s 90th annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade, Grace VanderWaal will be performing on the GoldieBlox float! If you haven’t heard of Grace, she’s about to become your daughter’s new favorite singer – and maybe yours, too.