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Haute Secrets: Cory Harwell of Simon Hospitality Shares His Las Vegas Tips

Cory Harwell's culinary passion began in the dish room of a small restaurant in Woodstock Georgia, and only grew from there. Since, he’s worked in nearly every position imaginable in restaurants from fast food, to fast casual, to casual, to fine dining and now uses his 20-plus years of experience at Simon Hospitality Group. Read More

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Haute Secrets: Tommy Sherlock of ‘Tenors of Rock’ Shares His Las Vegas Favorites

Tommy Sherlock, the "scouser" in the “Tenors of Rock” at Harrah’s, hails from The Beatles' homeland, Liverpool, England. Sherlock earned a black belt in karate as a kid and went on to win several trophies, British and World titles. A few broken noses later, he started dancing (Note: Bruce Lee was a ballroom and Latin dancing champion, so it's all good). Read More

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Haute Secrets: Myron Martin’s Guide to Las Vegas

Myron Martin helped put Las Vegas on the cultural map as the president and CEO of The Smith Center for the Performing Arts. He was part of the team who first imagined how a world-class performing arts center could change the city, and went on to oversee design, construction, fund raising and operations of the performing arts center in Downtown Las Vegas. Read More

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Drybar’s Alli Webb Shares Her Favorite Places in Las Vegas

Alli Webb just opened a flagship location for her Drybar in Las Vegas at the Miracle Mile Shops. The largest Drybar with 20 styling chairs only does blowouts in styles with cocktail names such as the Cosmo (lots of loose curls), the Straight Up (straight with a little body), the Southern Comfort (big hair, lots of volume), the Mai Tai (messy and beachy), the Manhattan (sleek and smooth) the Dirty Martini (tousled and textured) and for the little ladies, the Shirley Temple. Read More

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