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Nightlife Podcast: Max Vangeli

December 29th, 2010

2010 was a very good year—for Max Vangeli.

  • No shortage of skimpy things and skin in 2010.

  • Talking about mushrooms with DJ/producer Mark Farina before his gig at Eve.

  • The trip-hop pioneer tells us why his eyes glow in DJ Hero game and more.

  • A live Twitter feed display + blue champagne = hilarious results.

  • Antoine Becks of Second Sun recounts their first disastrous gig with Paul van Dyk, pills and Eddie Murphy's "Party All the Time."

  • A first encounter with the man behind the mau5head.

  • Dance music fans, brace yourselves: Fabulous Fest has been canceled!

  • A chat with the German DJ/producer about “2 Many Shots of Jägermeister” and more.

  • Why do ladies like the lyrics? The 50-year-old DJ answers that question, plus new electronic artists you need to know, the evolution of the DJ, David Guetta’s career and what he thinks is the remix of the year.

  • If Mick Fleetwood had a brother from another mother who stepped into a DJ booth, he might be Donald Glaude.

  • Dirty Dutch, pigeon attacks and eating chicken with Lil Jon in Vegas (really!).

  • The two breakout acts played the Cosmo after performing at Coachella.

  • The show alludes to naughty—but don't expect it to go there.

  • Lorde has the pipes to carry her performance, but the singer could use a full band.

  • The west side water park turns the H2O on this weekend.

  • From UNLVino’s 40th anniversary to a hotly contested fight night at MGM Grand Garden Arena — a rematch between Manny Pacquiao and Timothy Bradley — ’tis indeed a weekend to eat, drink and be merry in Las Vegas.

  • Residency lineup for upcoming party spot favors artists on the rise over expensive DJ superstars.

  • A big fan of the UNLV team who won the 1989-90 NCAA national championship, Brandon Flowers of The Killers wore Rebel red during a performance Saturday at Reunion Park at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.

  • One guy has a Stone Cold Steve Austin shirt on. I believe in fashion terms that’s called “sad vintage."

  • The weekend ahead is packed with star power, from the Academy of Country Music’s five days of celebration starting tonight with Hunter Hayes to sports champions teeing up for a cause in the annual Michael Jordan Celebrity Invitational at Shadow Creek.

  • Just months ahead of its Labor Day Weekend debut, the new north-Strip resort announces a 20,000-square-foot party venue.

  • The weekend ahead is laid back and locals-friendly, with a number of concerts, plays and even a chili cook-off to keep the whole family entertained. Here’s a look at our weekend best bets.

  • Kirn's new memoir focuses on the killer, as well as his own desire to be near him.

  • This month is Self-Injury Awareness Month, a grassroots event focused on bringing attention to self-harm and self-injury — commonly in the form of cutting — and combating stereotypes surrounding the condition.

  • The weekend ahead is one of signature Las Vegas entertainment, ranging from a revamped Strip classic to a new take on Cirque du Soleil for charity to community art for locals downtown. Here’s a look at our weekend best bets:

  • If you’re still struggling with the right way to pop the question — or with the right ring to choose — Las Vegas-based nonprofit the American Gem Society has got you covered with their Perfect Proposal Toolkit.

  • The Henderson waterpark opens May 24. Get your passes now!

  • St. Patrick’s Day Weekend is upon us with plenty of festivities and food and drink specials across the Strip. But if green isn’t your color — or you’re looking for something a little different — there’s still plenty else to keep you entertained. Here’s a look at our weekend best bets.

  • The new face of burlesque in Las Vegas is unpredictable, fun and downright sexy!

  • The Pinball Hall of Fame has a whole lot more than just the standard arcade game—Just take a spin on the "Relax-a-lator."