The Curator News Feed: February 6, 2015

After a devastating defeat last weekend, the Curator team is back to our normal weekly roundups. We still love our Hawks, just a little sad...that's all. On a lighter note, here's this week's exciting news gathered from around the world wide web.

Athleta Is Getting In the Designer Collaboration Game In a Big Way, Self - " We love our designer collaborations here at SELF, they're an exciting way to bring seemingly disparate brands together and for us to access designer labels that may otherwise be out of range. Athleta certainly knows their way to our hearts, because they just announced their first ever designer collaboration, and the label they chose to partner with is good."

Jimmy Fallon, Chris Pratt, And Chris Evans Photobomb Surprised Fans And It’s Perfect, Buzzfeed - "Photobombs can be slightly annoying, except when the people barging into the photo are Jimmy Fallon, Captain America, and Star-Lord."

The Art of Eating Well, Seattle Business Mag - "Early success, early failure, followed by a relatively swift and steady recovery. In Union’s wake, Stowell created new spaces, 10 of them, all deep within Seattle’s rich tapestry of residential neighborhoods: Capitol Hill, Belltown, Queen Anne, Green Lake, Ballard, Madrona."

How to Quickly Cook Pasta in a Frying Pan - CHOW Tip, YouTube - Get ready to have your freaking minds blown and save some water in the process. Hat-tip to my mother-and-law's friend on Facebook for this one. - Paul

Win a Wedding at Theo Chocolate Factory, Seattle Met - "No golden ticket necessary."

Graphing the Grammys: How 2015's Record of the Year Nominees Stack Up, Rolling Stone

Jimmy Fallon Re-Created The “Fresh Prince” Theme Song And It Was Better Than The Original, Buzzfeed - Because this is too awesome not to share. - Noelle

The Inside Story Behind McDonald's Big Game Giveaway, AD AGE - AdAge shares a fascinating story on how the McDonald's Big Game Giveaway came together on social. Four agencies, Twitter and the client holed up in an office in the midst of a blizzard -- and it's as crazy as it sounds. - Ann Marie