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Writers to tell stories about love, both sweet and sour

Albany resident Kelly Smith, left, and Kathryn Allen of Menands discuss Allen’s collection of vintage Valentine’s Day cards. The women will talk about Valentine’s “dilemmas and disasters” Monday during readings at The Arts Center of the Capital Region in Troy. (Jeff Wilkin/Gazette Reporter)
Albany resident Kelly Smith, left, and Kathryn Allen of Menands discuss Allen’s collection of vintage Valentine’s Day cards. The women will talk about Valentine’s “dilemmas and disasters” Monday during readings at The Arts Center of the Capital Region in Troy. (Jeff Wilkin/Gazette Reporter)
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Sometimes, love exits stage left. Kathryn Allen knows one of those stories. It’s about a Broadway actor who was on tour. “He ended up traveling on Valentine’s Day, a long bus trip, and his lover that he had just recently broken up with was two seats back, cooing and smooching with a new lover,” Allen said. People can hear the second and third acts of the story on Monday at The Arts Center of the ...


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