Where to find last-minute Father’s Day dining deals in the

Father’s Day is almost here — do you have plans yet to treat dad to lunch, brunch or dinner? If not, here are some deals suburban restaurants are offering on Sunday, June 19. Even better, some are offering specials all weekend long. However you decide to spend the day with dad, make reservations soon so you don’t miss out.


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Need for Aid Is Critical in Afghanistan After Devastating

Credit…Kiana Hayeri for The New York Times

In the village of Azor Kalai in Geyan District, partially destroyed mud-brick homes were scattered across the hillside — their walls collapsed and

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Brick House Resellers in Highland holds Grand Opening March

Shawn Clark and Tanya Yuro-Clark are opening Brick House Resellers in the Hannaford Plaza in Highland. The family run business will be selling, buying and trading gently used, discontinued and difficult-to-find Lego products. Pictured left to right are: Machele Smith, Sara Clark, Shawn Clark, Tanya Yuro Clark, Joel Underwood and Oreo the dog. (Photo by Lauren Thomas)

Many of us

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22 heated patios for dining out in the Twin Cities area this

As the weather turns colder, outdoor diners still have options. Some restaurants are employing heat lamps, fireplaces, tents and fire pits to keep patio season going strong into the fall and winter months. And while they are trying to make sure guests stay toasty, it doesn’t hurt to bring your own warm blanket, too.

Here are 22 Twin Cities-area restaurants

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New Brick House Coffee Owners Percolate Plans

Contributed Photo (By Jim and Jackie Cross)

Pictured in front of Brick House Coffee is the family who keeps it all running: Michael (Jim and Jackie’s son), Jackie, Jim, their daughter Nicole, and their son-in-law Tony.

Brick House Coffee at 3741 W. 26th St. has been a fixture in Millcreek for the better part of the past 20 years, but

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Art Advisor Maria Brito Breaks Down Her Perfect European

Maria Brito first visited Venice as a teenager, on a monthlong trip to Europe that was a 15th birthday present from her parents. “Going into this incredible city built on water with palaces and the most incredible Renaissance art,” she said, “was really dreamlike.”

Nowadays, the Venezuelan-born, New York-based art advisor, curator, and How Creativity Rules The World author visits

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Honey for Athletes

“Honey was deliberately adulterate with high-fructose corn syrup (HFCS) at levels of 10%, 20%, 30%, 40%, and 50% (w/w). Sugar composition as a fingerprint was determined by HPLC for all samples. The following compositional properties were determined for pure and adulterated honey: moisture, total soluble solids, nitrogen, apparent viscosity, hydroxymethylfurfural (HMF), ash, sodium, calcium, potassium, proline, refractive index and diastatic

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