Sunday, April 17, 2011

The NBA Playoffs Moves Trivia Night Again

This week Trivia Night is happening on Monday, April 18th at 9 PM, due to the NBA playoff Game 2 between the Celtics and Knicks. Professor Thom's will be jammed with roundball fans on Tuesday, so having Trivia that night would be impossible. (And if there is a Game 5 in the series, it will also be on a Tuesday, so we will have it the following Monday night as well.) There will be the Bruins Game 3 NHL playoff game in Montreal (and no Red Sox game, as they are playing the 11 AM Patriots Day game that morning), but I am betting that won't be too large a crowd at Thom's on Monday night.

The Special Category on Monday will be "Q-Tip Trivia." That is the category we do every month where I give you seven general knowledge questions that have four choices, and you have to decide how many are correct. You get a point for each correct answer (one point if the answer is none), but if you give even one wrong one, you get no points for the question.

The Q Train lightning round will be another round of "Name The Decade Trivia." You tell me the decade an event happened, and this time, if you also give me the exact year it occurred, you'll get a point for that, too. So each one can be worth two points.

The Sneak Peek question is:
"Bern is the capital of what European nation?"

Once again, I apologize for having to move Trivia Night this week, but I hope many of you can come out on Monday night at 9 PM.

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