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Village cites parking, nixes gala date change
Bay Street Theater’s annual gala enjoys a three-sided water view from under a tent on Long Wharf, which closes the pier to parking for several days.

Tyler Armstrong accepted the scallop-rake when he was crowned Mr. Amagansett. Melissa Winslow

Give one to all of your valentines. A ceramic heart. Romany Kramoris Gallery, Sag Harbor, $12. Durell Godfrey
Fill this bag with goodies if you really want to splurge. Shoe-Inn, East Hampton, $110. Durell Godfrey
Perfect for the beach-lover in your life and some even are heart-shaped. Ocean tumbled, natural sea glass necklaces, from the south shore of Long Island. Chel'seaglass Jewelry, East Hampton, find online at chelseaglassjewelry.com.Chel'seaglass Jewelry
If you have been treated to lobster dinners, how about treating him to lobster socks. Top Drawer, East Hampton, $12. Durell Godfrey
Red is the color of love, plus it's a mighty fine color for a cashmere scarf. The Monogram Shop, East Hampton, $395. For him or her.Durell Godfrey
Celebrate moving in together with a kiss — a kiss key ring, that is. Shoe-Inn, East Hampton,$38. Durell Godfrey
A wreath, made of recycled cashmere and made locally, a festive gift that can be displayed almost anytime and anywhere. The Golden Eagle, East Hampton. $65.
A good reminder written on a trinket dish, and perfect for a diamond ring. Salty Home, Bridgehampton, $10.Durell Godfrey
Because you love the one you love. A rainbow flag, available at Kites of the Harbor, Sag Harbor, $39.99.
Don't forget a card. Here's a vintage-inspired one. Romany Kramoris Gallery, Sag Harbor, $7.50.Durell Godfrey

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Sue Warner worked hard to keep the sidewalk in front of Citarella in East Hampton clear of snow at the beginning of the storm on Thursday. Durell Godfrey

The owner of the Sag Harbor Cinema site, which is partially vacant after the cinema’s lobby was demolished in December, has yet to grant the owners of 69 Main Street access across his property so that they can begin to shore up the building. Christine Sampson