WFH Forever, Goodbye Democracy

Dabba Do Time

Airbnb has announced it's most unique roadside stays and a cave in Boulder, Utah snagged a spot in the top 10:

"Airbnb has highlighted the Bedrock Homestead Grand Staircase Escalante in Boulder, Garfield County — a few minutes from Calf Creek Falls and about an hour’s drive from Capitol Reef National Park. The homestead is situated in a cave that is located on a working farm, according to AirBnb’s website. To access the cave house — which accommodates six guests and includes a kitchen and private bathroom — you have to drive 300 yards through a river."

Last year, this Park City treehouse made the list, but I personally have my eye on this mini dome near Snowbasin and this A-frame just feet from the East Rim trailhead in Zion National Park.


WFH Forever, Goodbye Democracy

Are you caught up on Today In The Beehive? Caitlin is killing it with stories about Mike Conely's social media prowess and three of Utah's favorite companies ringing the bell on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange within an eight-day span, a T-Swift, Simone Biles love story and gas prices in Utah, and Brandless, a Utah-based company, raising $18B and Americans willing to give up their right to vote to work from their couches.

Folks, just become an editor. I'm writing this from bed without any pants and a dog on my lap, voting rights and Amazon Prime account intact.

New shows drop daily at 6 PM—don't miss out on the funny, interesting, and relevent news stories buzzing around the Beehive state.


Shine Bright Like A QB

Two truths and a lie:

  1. In football, the process of individual and organizational improvement has to happen in unison, as evidenced by Josh Allen and the Buffalo Bills over the course of the last three years.
  2. The future of the QB position in the NFL has never been brighter—it’s the biggest draw to the best sport in the world.
  3. This is the best meme on the internet:

Just kidding, they are all truths.


Team Greg or Team Kate?

Meg and Irene talk about The Bachelorette and how the bad outfits were worth the last 45 minutes of that completely bonkers epsisode.

I've never watched The Bachelor/Bachelorette (absolutely no judgement—my favorite show right now is Time Team), but if you've ever wanted to watch a therapist break down attatchment theory while using a scene from The Bachelorette on IG Stories, today is your lucky day.


Comet 109P/Swift-Turtle

The Perseid meteor shower is on full, dazzling display in Utah this week, with peak visiblity August 11th-13th. Check out a telescope from Salt Lake County's Library of Things and head to any of Utah's designated dark sky parks for the show (100 meteors an hour!) of a lifetime. This year's smoke is a huge bummer, so if the skies don't clear by Wednesday, we can still enjoy the show on NASA TV (in our beds without pants and a dog on our laps).