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100 Hearts Made of Cash Are Hiding Around Denver Today—A Free Valentine’s Day Treasure Hunt Worth $10,000

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Some say that Valentine’s Day exists solely as an excuse for smiling and romance amid February’s generally awful weather, but today in Denver, there’s a reason for a lot more than smiling—100 reasons to be specific.

An enterprising and artistic Deverite named Xander Phoenix has hidden 100 papier-mâché hearts made of one hundred $1.00 bills all around the Denver metropolitan area.

“The Heart of Money,” is a temporary art installation that delves into the intricate tapestry of human connections with currency, exploring the dynamic interplay between art and money, per the website.

“Beyond the traditional confines of galleries, ‘The Heart of Money’ transforms these often overlooked connections into a visual and emotional experience.”

Each of the 100 hidden hearts will have a QR code that when scanned takes its finder to a website with more information about the art installation and what to do next.

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Uber Driver Returns $8,000 to Teen Who Left the Christmas Cash in His Car: ‘Do Something Good’

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An Alabama Uber driver should be on track for a stellar 2024 after doing “something good” and returning $8,000 cash a hopeful teenager had left in his vehicle.

Esbon Kamau has been an Uber driver for 4 years on and off, and the father of five really connected with a young client Alex Tisdale.

“He told me how his dad is proud of him and how he’s also very proud of him. And he said something which makes me feel very good,” Kamau said.

His dad had given Alex $8,000 cash to buy a new motorcycle, the teen explained over the course of a 15-minute ride to John Hawkins Parkway in Hoover, Alabama.

Dropping off Alex, Kamau was heading to retrieve another rider when he noticed a red, Christmas-themed bag in the back of the car, which he realized was filled with “quite a lot of money,” but reported it missing through the Uber app immediately.

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