Activate Your Digital Access - SWNewsMedia.com Newspaper Subscribers
Do you already have a paid subscription to any of the SWNewsMedia newspapers? If so, you can Activate your Premium online account by clicking here. Activation will allow you to view unlimited online articles each month. To activate your Premium online account, the email address and phone number provided with your paid newspaper subscription needs to match the information you use in setting up your online user account. If you are having trouble or want to confirm what email address and phone number is listed on your subscription account, please call 952-345-6682 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll be happy to assist.
Rascal Flatts, Tim McGraw and Aerosmith are among the biggest acts that will perform at Canterbury Park’s first Twin Cities Summer Jam July 18-20.
In addition to the headliners, the concert will feature Pitbull, REO Speedwagon, Hobo Johnson and the Lovemakers, Buckcherry, Chris Hawkey, Soul Asylum, Christina Taylor, Elvie Shane and Hopkins band Quietdrive.
While this is the first Twin Cities Summer Jam, famed artists have played the Canterbury grounds for decades. In 1997, Lilith Fair drew 25,000 people to the all-female artist concert series.
Three couples with a passion for boating came together to buy the Caribbean Marina and Restaurant in Tonka Bay earlier this summer.
The group bought The Caribbean, at 135 Lakeview Ave., from the Koch family, who had owned it since the 1960s.
The new owners have big plans for the business. From offering concierge-level service for boat owners to improving the marina’s layout, they hope to make the marina and restaurant a family-friendly destination for boaters on Lake Minnetonka.
Southern food is being plated at the other end of the Mississippi thanks to a new restaurant in Chanhassen.
Roger and Shannon Burks opened North Coop this May. The pair also have history running Lagos Tacos and Charlie’s On Prior.
Roger’s father was from Kentucky. He grew up eating his grandmother’s cooking on her tobacco farm.
Po boys, collard greens and grits are well-recognized Southern options printed on the menu. However, Executive Chef Cyle Hahka said there are Northern touches, such as Maple Bacon Southern Fried Chicken and Catfish Po Boy.