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Nightside Project

End your commute happy with Ethan Millard and Alex Kirry from The Nightside Project. Each episode features a feel-good #ZenHeadlines story submitted by the audience.
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Dec 11, 2018

A survey was taken by 2,500 social media using Americans to rate the number of posts based on self-promoting topics and then they decided which states were the biggest braggers.

Also, a study came out, basically saying that men engage in more risky behavior than women by looking at the Darwin Awards and discovered that 88.7% of the award winners were men.

That and much more on this episode from the Nightside Vault.

Dec 10, 2018

An Australian man is lucky to be alive after a shark swam up and bit off a huge chunk of his surfboard, throwing the surfer into the air and it got us thinking, should we continue to call shark encounters, "shark attacks"?

Also, a Wal-Mart security guard was stabbed by a shoplifter after they were chased down for theft. That same Wal-Mart was also the location where syringes were found in the stores' clothing. That and much more on this episode from the Nightside Vault.

Dec 8, 2018

A British research firm found out that those who felt younger about their age, lived the longest when compared to those who felt older about their age.

Also, why are electric vehicles not a bigger deal? And reports have come out that the Islamic State has come up with the concept of a "Scorpion" bomb. That and much more on this episode from the Nightside Vault.

Dec 7, 2018

The Cooking channel says we're going to see more "Lovechild" snacks, such as cappuccino Pringles and "Dewitos", this upcoming year. As well as, smaller restaurants that offer more customizable options for your food.

Also, Reverend Run came out with a cookbook with a bunch of holiday recipes and he just might be onto something here...

Lastly, we try and predict food trends. That and much more on this episode from the Nightside Vault.

Dec 6, 2018

As the holidays approach, we decided to break down some of the best treats your neighbors give out for the holidays?

Also, a study coming out of the Harvard Medical School and Brigham and Women's Hospital says the key to living longer is the Mediterranean diet. That and much more on this episode from the Nightside Vault.

Dec 5, 2018

There are a million different ways to address it but when it comes down to it, is there a definitive way to handle your kid(s) swearing for the first time? Also, we try and figure out where the concept of swearing stems from. That and much more on this episode from the Nightside Vault. 

Dec 4, 2018

According to a study released by Oxford University, some of the biggest causes of stress for men involve lack of friends, changing jobs, and moving.

Also, we have the top-three most emotional unstable fan-bases in football, including the New England Patriots and the Pittsburgh Steelers. That and much more on this episode from the Nightside Vault.

Dec 3, 2018

Finland has been looking into how it runs the country's entitlement programs and one option is to give everyone a flat $820 dollars a month.

Also, how should teachers and kids handle being disappointed by not receiving a birthday invitation? Even more so, what is the best way to handle rejection and disappointment as an adult? That and much more on this episode from the Nightside Vault.

Nov 28, 2018

Ethan Millard and Alex Kirry are back and they're talking about the success of KSL Newsradio's 'COLD' podcast and why Ethan has some trepidation about getting into those types of podcasts because of "all the murderin'".

Also, Jack Ma, the founder of one of the worlds most important companies, Alibaba, was revealed to be a member of the Chinese Communist party since the 1980s after a list of contributors of the party was released and Ma's name was on it.

Nov 27, 2018

Women who purchased plus size clothing from Old Navy were shocked when they found out they were spending more money than both men and women who were buying regular size clothing.

Also, world sugar consumption hit a new high according to a report from the US Department of Agriculture stating that we consume the equivalent of 85 million cars in sugar a year.

That and much more on this episode from the Nightside Vault!

Nov 20, 2018

With Thanksgiving comes the American Kennel Club National Dog Show for the 19th year on Turkey Day.  Ethan's dog, Jack has behavior issues and bought a bunch of training sessions and they are KIND OF working.

Also, Alex was bitten by a dog in my neighborhood and wondering if I should call Siegfried and Jensen.

Nov 16, 2018

It's been a long time coming but we're out with a new episode! 

In the latest episode, Alex Kirry explains his latest hobby, duck hunting with KSL Newsradio's 'Unrivaled' co-host, Scott Mitchell. Unfortunately, it hasn't been going so well...

And Ethan Millard believes that it's finally time to start defending Tom Cruise and his portrayal of the famous comic book character, Jack Reacher. According to the author of the series, Lee Child, Cruise is too short to play Reacher so we try to find out who could possibly play the character better.

Nov 15, 2018

Women's Health came out with a list of 9 ways to fall asleep better including not focusing on sleeping, stick to a schedule, and taking a warm bath or shower. Also, apparently kids are eating better their moms and dads according to the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.

Lastly, a firefighter was fired after bringing toilet paper with former President Barack Obama's face on it into the workplace. That and much more on this episode from the Nightside Vault.

Nov 14, 2018

Ethan and Alex try to sell you on a business opportunity involving an immortal jellyfish and face cream. We also test Alex's food knowledge with a quiz from Bon Appetit.

And we've known for a long time that cow flatulence have been bad for our methane levels and now we're finding a new way to address the issues. That and more on this episode from the Nightside Vault.

Nov 10, 2018

According to researchers, great apes are susceptible to their own version of a mid-life crisis. Evidence shows an ebb in emotional well-being in their mid-life, which is relatable for middle-aged men everywhere.

Also, a man passed away due to MS and had quite the obituary, where he called out the Kansas City Chiefs.

That and much more on this episode from the Nightside Vault.

Nov 10, 2018

In a small town in North Carolina, a general store owner decided to start a tradition to drop possums for New Years, the only thing is, they drop the possum but PETA came after the city, so there is no longer a possum drop.

Also, 10 things for you to do to boost your self-esteem, including spending a few minutes on your Facebook feed, go out and exercise, and to create your own digital avatar!

That and much more on this episode from the Nightside Vault.

Nov 9, 2018

According to research that was presented at an Australian conference, giving kids an early bedtime (before 8:30 pm) is a key element of their own health and we agree.

Also, why do we even change time anymore? It just makes everyone's life harder and we're no longer saving energy due to the concept.

And the police in New Haven, CT have decided that they're going to take any visual and unguarded valuables for "safe-keeping".

That and much more on this episode from the Nightside Vault.

Nov 7, 2018

A list came out detailing the most popular products shoplifters love to steal and as Black Friday approaches, we find out what why people decide to steal unusually strange items.

We also talk about the "Cottonball Diet" that originated on YouTube where you soak a cotton ball in juice and eat it, instead of eating a real meal...What could possibly go wrong?

That and much more on this episode from the Nightside Vault.

Nov 1, 2018

A high school in Tennessee is in the hot seat after they instilled a policy that separates students at lunch based on their grades but the real world shows countless examples of this happening in the real world.

Also, if you go to a baseball stadium to take in a game, you go in with the understanding that you might get hit by a stray ball or bat but what about a hot dog? That's what happened to a Kansas City man when a mascot threw a hot dog into the crowd and detached the man's retina.

That and much more on this episode from the Nightside Vault.

Oct 25, 2018

On this episode of the Nightside Project we talk about the recently announced 'Titanic II' that is set to sail in 2022 and will trace the same route as the original in 1912.

We also discuss McDonald's 'limited time' new breakfast item -- triple breakfast stacks. You can order either a biscuit, a mcmuffin, or a mcgriddle, two sausage patties, bacon, two layers of cheese, and an egg and we're a little upset that this isn't a thing yet...

Oct 23, 2018

On this episode of the Nightside Vault, Ethan and Alex discuss what the worst show on TV that your kids could watch is but could it be that adults are to blame?

Also, an airline decided to offer guests a full-time nanny to children as a premium upgrade while flying on their airplane, and as a first world problem, would you purchase this service if you could?

 

Oct 20, 2018

A study came out suggesting that the happy index in life goes up after the age of 70 and marriage is on the decline, potentially due to the lack of qualified men.

Also, we talk about what it would take for each of us to sue someone, as well as, a restaurant owner kicked out a man because he was trying to bring his service dog into the building.

That and much more on this episode from the Nightside Vault.

Oct 19, 2018

Slate magazine came out with a series on what it actually means to be "cool" based on students in high school. A German University had to do some serious repair after an e-mail got sent out to every student saying that they were no longer admitted to the school.

Also, how much do you walk and text? Are you able to walk, text and surf all at once? Well, in Australia, you could be fined for doing such a heinous act.

That and much more on this episode from the Nightside Vault.

Oct 18, 2018

An HTC smartphone saved a clerks life after he was shot during a robbery. He apparently complained to officers of chest pain, not even realizing he was shot and Kanye West tries to explain how life works.

Also, tech interns describe their worst experiences they've ever had. That and much more on this episode from the Nightside Vault.

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