Tonight sees the return of Monday Night Trivia to Professor Thom's bar in the Village. We moved it back to Monday because of the baseball season, and the fact the Red Sox will be playing every Tuesday night for the next five months, and the crowds are usually pretty good for those nights, especially when playing big games against teams like the Yankees.
Monday night's are more convenient, as they have a good number of off days on Mondays. There will be some conflicts, like when they play late night games out West we will start Trivia Night earlier, at 8 PM. (That won't happen until June 4th.) Until then, Trivia Night will begin at its usual time, 9 PM. Trivia Night will move back to Tuesday night in September, when Monday Night Football returns.
I've also decided to give you a "sneak peek" every Monday at what to expect on Monday Night Trivia. The special category tonight will be "Noreaster Trivia," in honor of the terrible weather we've had over the past few days. However, the questions will be about Northeast trivia (not the weather), and it will be "The Q Train" lightning round. The other four categories, Current Events, General Knowledge, Quantity 1-10 and IQ Trivia, will be on hand.
Now the sneak peek question: "A small statue of which saint figures prominently in a scene from the 2005 movie, 'Crash?'"
Hope to see many of you for Trivia tonight, despite the weather.