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Good lovin’: Dino Danelli’s Nurture.

ART THAT ROCKS A Rock & Roll Hall of Famer is coming to Saratoga Springs tomorrow (Friday, April 30) night, but he’s not going to be rocking a nightclub. Rascals’ drummer Dino Danelli will be presenting his works in another medium—visual art. Mean Streets: The Drawings of Dino Danelli is a selection of the artist’s striking, often intense drawings of people and places. The event will be held from 5 to 8 PM at the Feast Gallery & Meeting Space (2nd Floor, 142 Grand Ave. at Beekman Street, Saratoga Springs). For more info, call 321-8473 or visit feastgallery.com.

FREE SPIRITS This weekend, Maude Baum and Company Dance Theatre will offer two more presentations of their Isadora Duncan Salon Concert. Company director Baum is renowned for her understanding of Isadora Duncan’s choreography; these shows are must-see events. The performances will be tomorrow (Friday, April 30) and Saturday (May 1) at 7 PM at the eba Theatre (Lark Street and Hudson Avenue, Albany). Tickets are $25 general admission, $15 students and seniors, and $12 for current eba students. For more info, call 465-9916.

REANIMATED Some of the fine folks behind the late, lamented Kismet Gallery in Troy are bringing it back from the dead, for just two nights. Kismet Gallery Revisited—why they didn’t go for the catchier Zombie Kismet Gallery, I’ll never know—will be open Friday and Saturday nights (April 30 and May 1) from 5-9 PM for the exhibit Too Sweet & Seldom Seen III. And from 9 PM to 2 AM, there will be music. One-hundred percent of all artwork sales will go toward the support of Joseph’s House & Shelter of Troy. As the Kismet gang stated in their press release, “all featured work will be created on recycled items culled from the streets. . . . Like this artwork, the homeless are a forgotten segment of our community—often treated as disposable. We at Kismet believe that no one is disposable and that the homeless are as much a part of our community as anyone else.” The Kismet Gallery Revisited is, as before, located at 71 4th St. in Troy. For more info, call 321-4199.

—Shawn Stone

sstone@metroland.net

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