Mon update: Where to watch sports, railroad and trolley museum, TV trivia, and more

It’s about a month until the NFL pre-season starts. Every year I get emails asking which bars have the NFL League Pass for watching all the games. Well, here’s a website you can bookmark and find out for yourself: Pick your sport, pick your team, and pick your city, and it will tell you where you can find your game.

Kerry from the I Love Memphis Blog visited the Memphis Railroad and Trolley Museum recently. Here’s her report. Downtown Memphis is lucky to have a lot of niche museums. Not only do we have the railroad museum in Central Station, but the Fire Museum on Adams, the Slave Haven Museum on North Second (a former Underground Railroad stop), and the museum of Chinese art and culture in Pembroke Square, just to name a few.

Kevin Cerrito’s weekly trivia at Ferraro’s will have an all-TV theme tomorrow night. If you’re a TV junkie, might as well put your knowledge to use and win some bar bucks! Starts at 8 PM, and there will be $1 PBR and Rolling Rock drafts. Also, don’t forget that the first edition of Kevin’s sports trivia will happen Thursday night at the Green Beetle.

Just wrapped up one of the most boring weekends in recent memory… not much at all of interest happened. We expanded our double-elimination pool tournament to 5 players Sunday at the Saucer. I managed to win again. The only other real highlight of my Sunday was eating a butter tart at Kooky Canuck. May do a post on that later.

Plans for tonight: The usual Monday. Pint Nite at the Saucer (most drafts $3). Possibly over to the Goose for Poker Jon’s game at 7:30 or 10:00.