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Did you know that Butch and Nellies Coffee Co. recently changed ownership and is now Mondo Bizarro Cafe?

For those of you who, like me, loved B&N, don't fret, the new owners have maintained much of the original feel.  Without losing much, if anything, they have greatly expanded the menu, the hours and the lego collection. They are now open until 10pm Wednesday through Saturday, and co-owner Erin Newbold says they plan to eventually be open until 10pm every day of the week.

Newbold is hoping to draw a crowd to fun events like trivia night (bring it), game night (they have an extensive selection of board games on site, if I'm there you're playing for second), and a variety of events featuring live music and poetry. The first and third Wednesday of every month, Midtown Outloud puts on a spoken word and acoustic open mic night. 

This Friday, January 28, from 7:30 to 10:00pm, Mondo Bizarro will be hosting Hot Pink to Cool Blue, A Night of Music, Comedy, and Spoken Word, put on by the Queer Syndicate and Sacramento Transgender Coalition . All proceeds will go to the Gender Health Center. Doors open at 6:30pm. Tickets will be $10 each at the door. Advanced tickets are only $8 each or $14 per pair and can be purchased online. 

Featured artists include: Jovi Radtke, Natasha Muse, James Clark, Morgan and Eli Conley

Mondo Bizarro is located at 1827 I street. I am often located at one of the tables there-in.  

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