Brian Corrigan and the Denver Theatre District have big plans to turn Champa Street between 14th Street and the 16th Street Mall into a life-sized video game arcade next summer, combining a number of media platforms to bring people together through gaming in the streets. Called OhHeckYeah, it's a big plan using a lot of technology, and that costs a dime. Corrigan has already raised money through grants and donations, and he has a major Kickstarter crowdfunding project in progress.
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But tonight, you can chip in to the OhHeckYeah cause and hardly feel the pain: Drop by Crave Dessert Bar & Lounge between 6 and 10 p.m., indulge in a bite and a sweet, drink specials and some friendly video gaming, and 10 percent of your tab will go into the OHY kitty. So easy, so fast-forward.
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