During a Maple Leafs hockey game in Toronto a lady was singing the National Anthem but the mic suddenly started to cut out. Without missing a beat, the Canadian hockey fans banded together to continue singing the historic song. That and much more on this episode from the Nightside Vault.
A homeless man in England earned an art gallery showing after painting pictures of his Bull Terrier on the streets. The man was able to sell some of his paintings for thousands of dollars despite his circumstances. That and much more on this episode from the Nightside Vault.
A mother was breastfeeding at a school event when the principal delivered an official letter asking her to cover up while breastfeeding. The mother later gathered a group of moms to hold a sit-in during the free lunch program where they breastfed their babies in solidarity. That and much more on this episode from the Nightside Vault.
A man who used a fake deed to move into a house that didn't belong to him. The real homeowner didn't live there but maintained it due to it being a family inheritance and only found out someone was living there when her utility bill had skyrocketed. That and much more on this episode from the Nightside Vault.
An article came out breaking down the way technology can help ease the gap of families not being able to share important moments together, such as eating dinner. With technology advancing, why haven't we committed to using FaceTime to create more face-to-face interaction with family members? That and much more on this episode from the Nightside Vault.
A quiz from KSL.com came out asking a series of questions relating to various places across the globe and Ethan puts on quite the show. Also, there is some interesting news coming from Air Canada, the largest airline in Canada. That and much more on this episode from the Nightside Vault.
A burglar was caught after his Facebook was found still logged in while robbing a home. The homeowners came home to find all of their valuables missing but luckily were able to track down the criminal after the homeowner posted as the burglar to get any information on the suspect. That and much more on this episode from the Nightside Vault.
In honor of Oreo releasing a new flavor to their lineup, we take a look back at the most delicious cookies including Birthday Cake, Cookie Dough, Peanut Butter, Mint, and the traditional flavor. That and much more on this episode from the Nightside Vault.
Buzzfeed has a list of free restaurant bread that they're calling, the "Definitive List of Free Restaurant Breads." While we don't have all the places that appear on the list here in Utah, we definitely have the number one and it may come as a shock to some. That and much more on this episode from the Nightside Vault.
Researchers from the University of Utah, University of California, University of San Diego, and the University of Kent in the UK have co-authored a study regarding the way men and women talk in southern California. That and much more on this episode from the Nightside Vault.
A study out of Italy found out that Pasta is connected to lower 'Body Mass Index' and higher 'hip-to-waist' ratio. Researchers from Italy examined the diets of more than 23,000 people, took their measurements and those who consumed pasta seemed to be slimmer. That and much more on this episode from the Nightside Vault.
According to a Time article, Millennials are spending more time looking at restaurant menus than actually eating. This is leading companies to develop apps targeted towards the younger generations. That and much more on this episode from the Nightside Vault.
Do you consider the SmartWatch movement a successful shift into new traditional standards or is it still a niche market product that can't seem to break into mainstream wristwear? We break it down on this episode pulled from the Nightside Vault.
We're breaking down a new list from Monster.com going over the signs that you might need to start looking into a new form of employment. If you're boss is avoiding your calls and emails or if you have been disciplined recently, you may be on your way out. That and much more on this episode of the Nightside Vault.
A women who was going through a rocky time in her marriage finally realized she had married the wrong person and Ethan believes that marriage needs to be approached much more rationally than it currently is and that it's easy to fall in love on this episode from the Nightside Vault.
Alex tries to predict what happens next week on the Nightside Project that include cancer detecting bees, a Newfoundland whale that is decomposing, a man jamming all cell phones around him, and McDonald's becoming the classiest restaurant you've ever been to on this episode from the Nightside Vault.
A CEO trained himself to be able to sleep whenever and wherever he wants and he has come to the conclusion that if you can sleep more than your competition, you can ultimately outperform them. Also, we break down what it takes to make a great boss on this episode from the Nightside Vault.
The average American eats 23 sticks of butter or 5.6 pounds each year but it's still not as bad compared to 1935, when average butter consumption reached 18 pounds every year. In light of the new statistic, we found a few different different weight loss tips, just don't yell at us when you hear them on this episode from the Nightside Vault.
A Hong Kong Real Estate entrepreneur and casino owner placed an order for 30 Rolls-Royce Phantoms to shuttle Chinese gamblers around town. You can stay in the casino hotel where the cars will shuttle from for a measly $130,000 a night. That and much more in this episode from the Nightside Vault.
According to a study published out of Rutgers University, men's overall satisfaction in life is directly tied to their wives marital happiness. Also, we break down what our favorite comfort foods are. That and more in this episode taken from the Nightside Vault.
Is it better to give food or cash to a homeless man? Ethan believes that it might be making things worse when we fund homeless shelters instead of focusing on reinforcing drug rehabilitation facilities. That's the burning topic on this episode pulled from the Nightside Vault.
A Business Insider article came up with the definitive road trip song and 45% of respondents with kids say that Sweet Home Alabama by Lynyrd Skynyrd is the quintessential American road trip song. We break down each other's best road trip and much more on this episode from the Nightside Vault.
An employee shattered two bones in his leg during a company team-building kickball event and tried to get workers comp due to it being a company event. The South Carolina Supreme Court denied his claim though, stating that participation was voluntary but is it ever that simple? That and much more on this episode from the Nightside Vault.
In a move targeted to make their sons less addicted to technology, two parents in Toronto banned all technology in the home that was made after 1986. Would we be able to handle something like that today? That and much more on this episode from the Nightside Vault.