Newsletter For The Week Of November 6, 2019.
The Beehive Presents: Strangerville Live
Strangerville Live is a storytelling show produced through The Beehive. Each show features four workshopped stories that are recorded in a fun live setting and made available through the Strangerville Podcast. Strangerville Live shows tend to feature humor stories appropriate for ages 12 and up. This show will feature stories from Clint Betts, Rebbie Brassfield, Shelby Hintze, and Arianna Rees.
Heber Quest (Peter Christiansen, The Beehive)
“Having never been to Sonobe, I can't say for sure, but I think it's probably safe to say that Heber, even (or especially) the Heber of the 1980s is probably not quite as picturesque as the forested mountains surrounding Kyoto. Of course, my childhood home still had its charm. The house I lived in was an old farmhouse built from volcanic rock with walls that were about two feet thick. The house had previously burnt down, killing the previous owner of the farm, but the massive stone walls survived, so they simply rebuilt it. The farm was eventually purchased by a wealthy and eccentric one-armed man from New York who decided cattle farming was the past and the future of meat was in BEEFALO, the majestic half-cow, half-buffalo hybrids that were going to take the meat world by storm. Since I now live in the future, I'm pretty sure it didn't happen, but at the time everyone seemed pretty excited about it.”
Hive Mind Podcast (Meg Walter, Eli McCann, The Beehive)
Meg, Eli, and special guest Shelby Hintze discuss Taika Waititi's newest movie Jojo Rabbit. Jojo Rabbit tells the story of a young German boy whose imaginary friend is Hitler. Don't panic. It's not actually Hitler. It's what Jojo believes Hitler to believe, which Jojo discovers is wrong. The team discusses what makes the movie so delightfully charming and whether or not it will be a competitor in the 2019 Academy Awards.
Strangerville Podcast (Eli McCann, Meg Walter, The Beehive)
This week in Strangerville, the Mormons are stalking Eli, and Meg will not help. Also, the backstory of the death of Sesame Street’s curmudgeonly shopkeeper.
Provo's Most Eligible Season 2 Episode 5
A Very Spooky Very Serious Story about a Ghost That Haunted a Limited Too Franchise
Provo's Most Eligible Season 2 Episode 4
Lagoon: Disneyland, but Damper
Provo's Most Eligible Season 2 Episode 3
A Late Introduction To The Beehive Daily
Provo's Most Eligible Season 2 Episode 2
Provo's Most Eligible Season 2 Episode 1
The King And I: The Stories No One Sees
An Open Letter To Our Politicians
What Is The Weirdest Thing About Your Town?
Pioneer Day: The World's Greatest Holiday
Stadium of Fire is the Most Utah Thing Ever (And I Mean That in a Good Way)
Leadership Thoughts: Get Yourself a Horse Baby
No, It's Not Some Fever Dream. Saturday's Warrior Really Happened.
Some Assumptions About The LDS Millionaire Looking For His Wife
The Dudes of The Bachelorette as The Dudes of Utah
Tuning In For The Fourth Quarter
We Need An Agenda For The Upcoming 2020 Utah Governor Race
Unclipped Strings: The Stories No One Sees
Hive Mind Presents: Our Favorite 2018 Media
Riff & Run Vol. 2: Musings On Jazz Basketball & The NBA (Chris Rawle, The Beehive)
Happy Thanksgiving From The Beehive
Don't Be Afraid Of The Shadow People, True Stories From Utah's Haunted Hospitals: Saint Mark's
Don't Be Afraid Of The Shadow People, True Stories From Utah's Haunted Hospitals: Psych Wards
Don't Be Afraid Of The Shadow People, True Stories From Utah's Haunted Hospitals: Salt Lake Regional Medical Center
Falling Out The Other Side: College Football & The Stories No One Sees
Riff & Run, Vol. 1: Musings On Jazz Basketball & The NBA
I Watched TREK So You Don't Have To And Please Don't
Prophets & Polos: The Stories No One Sees
Top Shelf Dope: The Fight to Legalize Medical Marijuana in Utah
Five Guys Without Burgers and Fries: An In-Depth Look At Upcoming 2020 Utah Governor Race
A Series Of Escalating Questions About Donovan Mitchell
You Have Kids, Now What? Volume 1: Take Them To The Symphony. Really.
An Uneducated Rugby Man’s Notes On Rugby
Crown Burger And The Case For Kitsch