TGF: Gear: Serving Drinks At The TailgateGoPong's Portable High Top Party Bar is a full-size serving bar for all your tailgating needs.
TGF: Gear: Grilling To Tailgate PerfectionGood tailgate food won't just make itself. That's where the T-fal OptiGrill Indoor Electric Grill comes in.
Dick's Sporting Goods Accidentally Airs Kansas City 'World Series Champions' Gear CommercialDick’s Sporting Goods may have jumped the gun by airing a TV spot advertising World Series Champions Kansas City Royals gear before the Series is over.
Man In Motorcycle Gear Robs Wells Fargo In Windsor SupermarketPolice said a man dressed for riding a motorcycle robbed a Wells Fargo bank in a Raley’s supermarket in Windsor Tuesday morning.
Helmet Cam Captures Parachute Crash, Skydiver Now Suing Over 'Worn' GearGerardo Flores claims that the parachute he rented from Skydive Monterey was in such bad shape that it opened prematurely at 13,000 feet. Flores was taking his 30th birthday jump when the chute opened improperly, sending him into a tailspin.
Jefferson Award Winning Teens Team Up To Bring Warmth To East Bay HomelessEver wonder what happens to the piles of clothes and gear that get lost on the ski slopes? Two Walnut Creek teenagers came up with an idea that snowballed.
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A How-To Guide to Build Your Raiders Fan Tailgating OutfitNo apparel is Raider worthy if isn't emblazoned with silver and black.
Officials Warn SF Giants Fans Of Fake MerchandiseThe Department of Homeland Security has already confiscated about $32,000 worth of fake merchandise.
ConsumerWatch: Mini Owner Complains Of Holdups Fixing ClutchYou buy a new car, you expect it to be trouble-free - at least for a few years. But, that wasn’t the case for a local Mini owner, who said the clutch on his 2012 Cooper gave him trouble from day one, and said Mini didn’t exactly rush in to fix the problem.
Alex Smith Threatened With NFL Fine For Wearing SF Giants HatSan Francisco 49ers Quarterback Alex Smith, who has worn a San Francisco Giants cap to post-game press conferences in recent years, could be slapped with a $15,000 fine by the NFL if he does it again, according to the Bay Area News Group.