Daily Grind

Taylor K. Vecsey
Donations are being made to help a man who lost his home in the fire and to rebuild Main Street in Sag Harbor.
Taylor K. Vecsey
Despite a devastating fire in five buildings on Main Street in Sag Harbor that closed many of the businesses there on Friday, Main Street was back open on Saturday morning for shoppers and diners.
Star Staff
For those who already have everything they need, a donation to a local nonprofit in their names could be the holiday gift that keeps on giving.
Christine Sampson
The Bridgehampton Child Care and Recreational Center and Organizacion Latino-Americana of Eastern Long Island are teaming up to sponsor an art workshop for children ages 8 to 14 on Wednesday afternoon.
Joanne Pilgrim

Christine Sampson
A group of bridge players will have weekly games at the East Hampton Library on Wednesdays starting in January.
Christine Sampson
The Springs School Visiting Artists Program has expanded its outreach to seventh and eighth graders, many of whom do not have art classes in the course of their regular school day because of what the school has said are scheduling conflicts.
Star Staff
The Hampton Ballet Theatre School will present its annual production of Tchaikovsky’s classic Christmas ballet “The Nutcracker” on Friday at 7 p.m., Saturday at 1 and 7 p.m., and Sunday at 2 p.m.
Taylor K. Vecsey
To help address an emergency blood shortage, representatives from the New York Blood Center will be at the Sag Harbor Firehouse on Brick Kiln Road on Tuesday, and then at the Bridgehampton Firehouse on School Street on Wednesday.
Carissa Katz
Fighting Chance, a free cancer counseling and resource center with an office in Sag Harbor, will benefit from two shopping events in East Hampton this weekend.
Star Staff
The Hamptons Marathon donated $100,000, including $40,000 to Southampton Hospital and Southampton Youth Services, all with money raised from its October race in Southampton Village.
Star Staff
Thousands of dead bunker fish that washed up on the shores of the Shinnecock Canal last month are still a threat, according to Suffolk health officials.