Daily Grind

Star Staff
The Springs Seedlings edible school garden program and the Project Most after-school program will benefit from the Empty Bowls soup event on Sunday from noon to 3 p.m. at the American Legion in Amagansett.
Carissa Katz
The Am O'Gansett Parade on Saturday was cheery despite 20-something temperatures and a bitter wind out of the northwest.
Jennifer Landes
The 32nd Academy of the Arts Achievement Awards at New York City's Rainbow Room honored Susan Stroman for performing arts, Edwina von Gal for visual arts, Philip Schultz for literary arts, and Cheryl and Michael Minikes for their philanthropic efforts.
Star Staff
As the South Fork braces for a snowstorm Tuesday, the event cancellations and business closures have begun.
Taylor K. Vecsey
While much of Long Island is under a blizzard watch, meteorologists say the East End will see less snow, though this northeaster leaves plenty of cause for concern with power outages and dangerous road conditions possible.
Jennifer Landes
Imagine all of the attitude of the corporate boss Jack Donaghy, from the cult-favorite television series "30 Rock," packed into a toddler with a passing resemblance to Sean Spicer, and possibly a cousin of "Family Guy's" Stewie, and you might have some idea of the elevator pitch for “The Boss Baby."
Taylor K. Vecsey
A blizzard watch is in effect for all of Long Island from late Monday night through Tuesday evening.
Star Staff
The 55th annual Montauk Friends of Erin St. Patrick's Day Parade is around the corner, and there are several events, starting this weekend, leading up to the big day.
Star Staff
Due to Friday's snowfall, there are some cancellations of afternoon and evening activities.
Taylor K. Vecsey
The United States Golf Association has opened an office in Southampton in preparation for the 2018 U.S. Open Championship at Shinnecock Hills Golf Club.
Christopher Walsh
Jill Malusky has been named the new executive director of the East Hampton Historical Society.
Star Staff
The Bridgehampton Presbyterian Church is now listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Taylor K. Vecsey
The state has launched a $1.5 million program enabling residents to test for lead in their drinking water free of charge.