303 Magazine: Experience Sexpot Comedy via the RTD Light Rail

A MAPPED GUIDE ON HOW TO EXPERIENCE DENVER VIA THE RTD LIGHT RAIL

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Having fun and public transportation aren’t necessarily terms that go hand-in-hand. But Denver’s RTD Light Rail, especially with the expansions of the last few years, provides a wide-reaching grid to deliver passengers to all sorts of destinations around the city and surrounding areas. It’s not just for commuters going to work, and so we’ve outlined some of best stops to explore Denver through the Light Rail system exclusively. These stations provide easy, quick and walkable access to more than 50 businesses. Save money on car shares, taxis or your own gas and leave the responsibility up to RTD as you explore what these stations are close to. Beneath each listed station, there are only places that are within a 10 block radius, or less than 15 minutes worth of walking.

Alameda Station

Syntax Physic OperaThis is the physical iteration of the 11-year-old music, art and literary review publication Denver Syntax. Which means that it’s a hybrid of a bar, restaurant, art gallery and performance venue and it focuses on empowering local artists and musicians while also entertaining guests.

Mutiny Information CafeSecondhand book store with large selection of books, comic books, zines and albums with a coffee shop. Events like open mic nights and stand-up comedy are often held in the store, making it a staple in the creative community. The building was built in 1903, and book stores have occupied the space in different names for the last 30 years.

Sexpot ComedyAn artist-driven multi-platform media enterprise, started by Kayvan Khalatbari and Andy Juett in 2012, Sexpot is responsible for over 35 comedy shows in Denver each year.

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