Wednesday, May 06, 2009

Trivia is Thursday This Week. For Certain.

As many of you Trivia folks know, we've had to move our Trivia Night twice this week, due to the Celtics and Bruins playoff runs. We will definitely be having Trivia Night on Thursday night this week, May 7th, at 9 PM. There will be a Red Sox game on, against the Indians, but there will be no Boston hockey or basketball games tomorrow.

The crowds have been getting just too large when the Boston playoff games are on, so we have to play it week-by-week as to what night we'll be doing Trivia. Next week we will be doing Trivia Night on Wednesday night, May 13th, at 9 PM. That is the only possible night next week, especially if both series go the limit. Next Wednesday is a definite go, and it won't be moved.

Again, sorry to all of you regular Trivia Night players, and I thank you for your patience and loyalty. It is greatly appreciated by me and all of us at Professor Thom's.

This week's special category will be "May 7th Trivia." It will be seven questions about stuff that happened on that day in history. The Q Train lightning round will be "True or False Trivia."

The Sneak Peek question this week is:
"Who first recorded and popularized the hit 1961 song "Hit the Road, Jack?"

We should get going without any delays tomorrow night, and I look forward to another great night of Trivia at Thom's.

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