Ethan Millard and Alex Kirry talk about the Stanley Hotel, and what frightening stuff is happening. This Colorado hotel, in which The Shining was based off, has recently had tourists capturing ghostly images on camera.
For the 'Zen Headline' they discuss the new trip planned by Blue Horizon. This private rocket company projects that in 18 months, they will be bring tourists to space.
Ethan Millard and Alex Kirry dive into the animal kingdom, and also into a German court. The court has ordered a donkey's owner nearly $7,000 to the owner of a McLaran sports car. to cover the damage done when the donkey chomped at the backside of the car.
For the 'Zen Headline' former CEO of Equifax Richard Smith was at a hearing for the company, when a mysterious character appeared in the background. A woman dressed as the monopoly man, was right behind Smith, and ultimately stole the show.
Alex Kirry and Ethan Millard talk about a bar in Dublin, Ireland, that is looking to relocate a urinal mural of President Donald Trump. The pub is willing to shell out a 100 euro bar tab to anyone that can find it.
In the 'Zen Headline' they take a look at the University of Mexico. The school recently began advertising a conference on feminism. There will be two panels, and will be all female.
Do you ever get to the train station and realize you forget your card, or lost it? Well, a man in Sydney, Australia may have found a solutution. This man has successfully implanted his mass transit card underneath his skin, so he never loses it, nor does he forget it.
In today's 'Zen Headline' Alex Kirry and Ethan Millard explore a situation in Seattle. Sara Jacobsen realized that her family, all her life had been eating dinner beneath a sacred Native American Robe. The family then returned the Chilkat robe to the Burke Museum.
Alex Kirry and Ethan Millard discuss the fight coming up with legendary boxer George Foreman and actor Steve Seagal. Foreman will use boxing, while Seagal can use any techniques that will help his chances.
A 63 year old woman in Saudi Arabia who has always been against the ban of woman driving, is now purchasing a Mustang to cruise the country, which was always her dream car. She was given her dream car by a Ford dealership.
With the Las Vegas Raiders becoming a reality in a couple of years, Ethan Millard and Alex Kirry discuss whether the area will be a Radiers or Broncos town.
A $1.9 billion stadium will be built in Paradise, Nevada, in the heart of the Las Vegas metropolitan area, a six-hour drive south of Salt Lake City, bringing the NFL within a brief weekend’s trip of football fans in Utah.
Paris celebrates a day without cars in today's zenheadlines story.
The Juice is officially loose in this episode of the Nightside Project as Alex Kirry and Ethan Millard discuss OJ's role in society now. O.J. Simpson walked out of Nevada’s Lovelock Correctional Facility a free man this week after serving nine years for a 2007 botched hotel robbery. A zenheadlines story of a 10-year old boy in Tucuman Argentina who swallowed a squeaky toy and now breathes in an out with the sound filling his lungs.
Ethan Millard and Alex Kirry talk about former Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly's interesting interview with Jane Fonda. Fonda, who is aging well at 79 was asked by Kelly about the plastic surgery she had gotten done throughout her life.
In today's 'Zen Headline' we discuss a high school football player in South Florida. A 16 year old junior at Hollywood Hills high school in Florida, Holly Neher made history on Friday throwing a 42 yard touchdown pass. Neher is the first female quarterback at the school, and possibly the state of Florida.
Ethan Millard and Alex Kirry are in awe of great companies for this episode's zenheadlines stories coming out of the catastrophic hurricanes hitting Puerto Rico. JetBlue has capped prices on flights to and from the island so that people can leave or get to family in PR, Royal Caribbean is saving lives by transporting folks back to the mainland who need medical assistance and rapper Pitbull has lent his private jet to cancer patients who need help to get care back on the mainland.
Ethan Millard and Alex Kirry get their minds blown...with some magical stroke of luck, all three contestants on The Price is Right managed to spin $1 in their two spins this week, a rare milestone occurrence. But today's episode was special, and each person that spun $1 received $10,000 for their spin, then it got even more crazy! Plus, bribery in Malawi during a soccer game gets weird.
Alex Kirry and Ethan Millard talk about the new move Wal-Mart is making to insure your groceries make it to your fridge. The company is teaming up with August Home, and is now going to able to gain access into your homes, to drop off your groceries.
In this episode's 'Zen Headline' a man in the UK who had been a cancer patient for the last year, found out some interesting news. Turns out the issue in his throat was a Playmobil traffic cone the man had inhaled in 1977, so he is now cancer free.
Alex Kirry and Ethan Millard get a good laugh from this story out of Florida. Officials in Manatee County are under fire after an interpreter for the deaf warned about pizza and monsters during an emergency briefing related to Hurricane Irma earlier this month. The interpreter, Marshall Greene, a lifeguard for the county, has a brother who is deaf. Plus, a #zenheadlines from Colorado where a former neo-nazi is getting his swastika tattoos removed after his black parole officer became one of his closest friends.
Nightside Host Ethan Millard interviews Bryan Brandenburg with Salt Lake Comicon.
Alex Kirry and Ethan Millard talk about the latest from Apple. The new IPhone X that will come out next month, will have facial recognition, so that someone can unlock their phone by looking at it.
For today's 'Zen Headline' two buddies, who lost their friend took a fishing trip, and brought the ashes of their friend with them. The ashes were used as a type of bait, and ended up catching the largest tarp ever at the fishing park.
For the 'Zen Headline' Alex and Ethan talk about the news that broke on Thursday out of Provo. BYU will now be serving caffeinated drinks on their campus, which sent shock waves across the Wasatch Front.
A man in Tennessee was paid a visit at his home by the boys in blue. The reason? The man had a believable dummy that was decapitated by his garage.
Ethan Millard and Alex Kirry dive into a situation in Missouri. A customer at a gas station gave the clerk a lottery winning ticket worth over $300,000, and judge Alex comes in to settle an issue.
In today's 'Zen Headline' a man's birthday was made in England, after being treated to several free servings of food and drinks. After his friend sends out a tweet about the mans birthday, the locals do their part.
Ethan Millard starts off the episode with a tale of his bus rides to work when a white passenger confronted a black woman getting off the bus in a nice neighborhood if she lived there. Alex Kirry weighs in with a #zenheadlines story out of Florida in the aftermath and cleanup of Hurrican Irma. One couple found Spider-Man, chainsaw in hand, helping to cut down a fallen tree outside their Bradenton home.The masked man was dressed in a full Spider-Man costume, holding a chainsaw.
Alex Kirry and Ethan Millard discuss their first world problems, and try to figure out a vacation spot for Alex and his wife.
For today's 'Zen Headline' the two go to New Jersey, where a police officer becomes a hero to a family. The officer helped a woman by searching for an engagement ring that was lost, and he found it for her.