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Guide To Buying World Series TicketsWorld Series tickets are some of the most sought after sports tickets in the world and fans will pay almost anything to get them. Tickets are not cheap and never will be, but even the most ardent fans are looking for the best deal. So, here are some suggestions to avoid getting ripped off when buying tickets for the 2012 World Series games.
Best Haunted Bars In North BaySpooky haunted bars and taverns are legendary in the North Bay area where old stagecoach stations, pioneer homes, roadhouses and historic hotels have a ghostly story to tell.
BBQ For Vegetarians: Tasty Grilling RecipesBarbecues are for vegetarians, too. Check out these three flavorful all-veggie grilling recipes.
Oracle Arena GuideOracle Arena, along with the adjacent Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum, sits on 132 acres with an ample 10,000 on-site parking spaces. It was originally constructed as the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum Arena in 1966.
SAP Center GuideThe SAP Center is an indoor arena located at 525 West Santa Clara Street in San Jose. It is one of Northern California’s premier sports and entertainment venues, opening for the first time in September 1993. The arena is also commonly called “The Shark Tank,” which comes from its primary tenant, the NHL’s San Jose Sharks. It seats 17, 562 for hockey games.
Drop Zones: Best Northern California Destinations For SkydiversBefore leaping into the air from 10,000 feet up and falling at about 120 miles per hour, here are some important tips to know before going skyward with a Southern California skydiving company.
Oakland Coliseum GuideThe O.co Coliseum provides a memorable setting for outdoor events, most notably serving as the home for the Oakland Athletics and Oakland Raiders. The complex rests on 120 acres just off the Nimitz Freeway and was constructed in 1966 at a cost of $25.5 million.
AT&T Park GuideAT&T Park, with its breathtaking views and classic design, was chosen as the Sports Facility of the Year by Sports Business Journal and Sports Business Daily in 2008. The first privately financed ballpark in Major League Baseball since 1962, the San Francisco Giants' home seats 42,000 fans and has many incredible features.