So we heard…

CBS-TV “Northern Exposure” star and Euless native Janine Turner has yet to build on her 300-acre ranch property near Denton. When construction starts, Turner says, the first shelter to be built will be a barn, perfect for her two horses. Their names? “Joel” and “Maggie,” of course…Casey Gutierrez at Stanley Korshak is the newest Dallas name to dress the tresses of big-name stars. This year Gutierrez’ clients included country singers Tanya Tucker, Patty Loveless, Kathy Mattea, and Michelle Wright. Best hair? Guitterrez says it’s Wright, Best gossip? Tucker…When Starbucks started pouring its hot comfort this winter at the new Highland Park Village location, not everyone was initially soothed. Tenants in the upstairs offices of Julia Sweeney were heard complaining about the aroma. The tension has apparently passed, however, and business upstairs and down is still going strong…Look for changes at the corner of Knox and Travis. Sipango is expanding. Club Sipango, a new nightclub offshoot of the restaurant, is due to open next month. Meanwhile VIP membership sales are going strong, according to managing partner Ron Corcoran. For just $1,000, members will be able to avoid cover charges for live events and can waltz by any long lines at the door. Members also get a copper “Sipango Club” credit card with a $1,000 limit to be used toward food and drink “at any Sipango facility.” Aaaah. It feels like the ’80s.


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