Side Stories will light up the walls of RiNo Art District for 10 days, starting now

“I think we’re a much more sophisticated city because of things like this.”

A still from "Radical Vestige" by Ivar Zeile, which will screen on the side of the Yoga Cube during Side Stories.
A still from “Radical Vestige” by Ivar Zeile, which will screen on the side of the Yoga Cube during Side Stories.

In the RiNo Art District, you don’t necessarily need to go indoors to see some art. Walk around outside and it’s just about everywhere you turn, painted on the walls.

And for 10 days, that experience is going to be a little more dazzling.

Ten buildings throughout the district will be lit up by the work of local filmmakers each night from February 21 through March 2 for a free event called Side Stories.



Zoo Baby Alert: Meet the new African Wild Dog puppies at the Denver Zoo

Their names are Cholula, Nigel, Livingstone and Theodore Roosevelt, and they are very good dogs.

African wild dog puppies at the Denver Zoo. (Courtesy of Denver Zoo)
African wild dog puppies at the Denver Zoo. (Courtesy of Denver Zoo)

Four African wild dog puppies are making their debut at the Denver Zoo tomorrow.

Their names are Cholula, Nigel, Livingstone and Theodore Roosevelt, and they are very good dogs.



What you need to do to get $10 tickets to see “Hamilton” in Denver

“WORK.”

Solea Pfeiffer, Emmy Raver-Lampman and Amber Iman as the Schuyler sisters in the "Hamilton" National Tour. (Photo: Joan Marcus)
Solea Pfeiffer, Emmy Raver-Lampman and Amber Iman as the Schuyler sisters in the “Hamilton” National Tour. (Photo: Joan Marcus)

“WORK.”

I’m only half kidding. And now that the obligatory lyrical reference is out of the way, let’s talk about the actual work you’ll need to do to get yourself a $10 orchestra seat for a performance of “Hamilton” at the Denver Center for Performing Arts.