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Guy Fieri's 'awesome' new menu is full of ridiculous food

theweek.com — Supermarket-themed game show host and celebrity chef Guy Fieri is known for his eccentric menus. That and his bowling shirts. But we're here to talk about his menus, specifically the just-released menu for his new Las Vegas restaurant. This menu doesn't mess around, brah.

Drake took a lint roller to his pants during a Raptors playoff game

theweek.com — Drake has another problem on his hands. Or rather, he had another problem on his pants. When he's not hopping on the bandwagon for other sports teams, the rapper roots for his hometown Toronto Raptors, as he did Tuesday while seated court side to catch the team's playoff tilt against the Brooklyn Nets.

Why China's Communist Party is headed for collapse

theweek.com — Nothing lasts forever, not even the Chinese Communist Party. Whether it will perish in a few years, or last for decades to come, there are a series of worrying indicators. Beijing has been slow to implement reforms that will orient the economy on a sustainable path.
Absolutely; it was always on wrong side of history - Why China's Communist Party is headed for collapse theweek.com//article/index…

Meet the last of India's elephant keepers

theweek.com — magine that a small bird is placed on your shoulder at birth. From that day on, the bird protects and helps feeds you, celebrates in your joy, and comforts you during times of pain. You're never apart from the bird, and his life is inextricably bound with yours.

MLB player chooses songs from Frozen as his walk-out music

theweek.com — Normally, my interest in baseball goes as far as the foodie-friendly eats available at New York stadiums. But hello, Zach Walters, you have turned my attention to the field. Walters, a backup infielder for the Washington Nationals, has boldly been using selections from the Frozen soundtrack as his walk-out music.

Why Texas Republicans may want to cool the anti-Obama land-grab talk

theweek.com — n Tuesday, Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott (R), the GOP candidate for governor, released a letter politely notifying the Bureau of Land Management that he is "deeply concerned" about reports that the BLM plans to "swoop in and take land that has been owned and cultivated by Texas landowners for generations."
RT @RyuSpaeth: Smart @PJWeber piece on Texas Republicans who protest a tad too much when it comes to BLM land grabs bit.ly/RM0rhR
Smart @PJWeber piece on Texas Republicans who protest a tad too much when it comes to BLM land grabs bit.ly/RM0rhR

Why we shouldn't be afraid to talk about 'Grandma' Hillary

theweek.com — When Chelsea Clinton announced her pregnancy last week, the attention quickly turned to whether or not this will affect mother Hillary's decision to run for president. Outlets including The Christian Science Monitor and speculated as much, as did the usually sedate news show Meet the Press. This is, without a doubt, ridiculous and sexist.
RT @TheWeek: Talking about 'Grandma Hillary' is fair game - as long as we discuss 'Grandpa Bush' and Barack the dad, too: bit.ly/1i8KDj2

Democrats aren't dead in the South

theweek.com — A new set of polls from the New York Times and Kaiser Family Foundation have political observers buzzing this morning because they show Democrats still have a fighting chance in four key Southern Senate races. Arkansas: Sen. Mark Pryor (D) 46 percent, Tom Cotton (R) 36 percent Kentucky: Sen.
RT @TheWeek: Democrats' control of the Senate isn't doomed yet - and the South may be their last stand, notes @politicalwire: bit.ly/1lELJ57
RT @TheWeek: Democrats' control of the Senate isn't doomed yet - and the South may be their last stand, notes @politicalwire: bit.ly/1lELJ57

Let's watch Prince William and Kate awkwardly learn how to DJ

theweek.com — Prince William and Kate's whirlwind tour with the normals of Australia wouldn't have been complete without at least one embarrassing activity. It came in the form of a DJ lesson that the pair learned at a youth learning center in Adelaide that teaches music to disadvantaged kids.
they need rescued MT @SpeedReads: Watch Prince William and Kate awkwardly learn how to DJ bit.ly/1i8TCAE pic.twitter.com/39tdVSskjG

Watch 'Puttin' on the Ritz' as a psychedelic, Mad Men-era fever dream

theweek.com — I want to say maybe this is like an episode of Mad Men - or I Love Lucy, for that matter - as reinterpreted by a puppeteer tripping on psychedelics? In what's apparently becoming a trend - a welcome one - the band Pomplamoose just released a visually arresting video for an irresistibly catchy cover version of a classic song as a form of self-promotion.
RT @SpeedReads: Watch Pomplamoose's cover of 'Puttin' on the Ritz,' a psychedelic, Mad Men–era fever dream: bit.ly/1mxnUO1 pic.twitter.com/55vCoZQtxX