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SF Giants Andres Torres & Sergio Romo To Help Celebrate Holiday Heroes 2010

Local sports luminaries, 7x7 and other sponsors are banding together at AT&T Park on Tuesday, December 7th to raise awareness for children in need this holiday season.

Transported: Getting Around the Mob of Giant Fans on Game Day

Welcome to "Transported", our new weekly series about getting places in San Francisco, whether you take the bus or the BART, bike or drive. Come here to find the skinny on secret parking spots, the new bike lanes and how to get across town on Muni without losing your mind.

There are ways to get to AT&T Park without being dominated by throngs of Giants fans and having to trade your firstborn child for a parking spot. Here are some tips for Wednesday's game!

Parking Quiz Answer: What Does It Cost Giants Fans to Park During Game Day?

Earlier today, our parking guru David LaBua, author of Finding the Sweet Spot, quizzed you on your Giants game parking knowledge. Here's the quiz answer, plus insanely valuable tips for parking around AT&T Park that you might not want to share with your friends!

How much should you expect to spend on parking if you are going to see the SF Giants?

A) $150 

B) $100

C) $75

D) $50

E) $0

Parking Quiz: What's the Average A Giants Fan Will Spend On Parking During A Game?

It's no secret that parking in the city is a bitch. So we've enlisted local parking guru and author of Finding the Sweet Spot, David La Bua, to dish out weekly tips on navigating the ins and outs of city parking.

In honor of the Giants kicking all sorts of butt last night (and hopefully again tonight!), David La Bua has a special Giants-themed parking quiz that could score you some FREE parking around AT&T Park. Take the test now--we'll post the answer in a few hours!

How much should you expect to spend on parking if you are going to see the SF Giants?

At the Giants Game Tonight: Kazoos En Masse and a Jerry Garcia Tribute

Records may be broken tonight at the Giants game, and they don't have to do with baseball. SF Appeal has alerted us to a tribute to the 15th anniversary of the Grateful Dead's Jerry Garcia's death, in which over 7,000 kazoo-ists will congregate tonight at AT&T Park to blow "Take Me Out to the Ball Game" during the 7th inning stretch in an attempt to score a spot in the Guiness Book of World Records.

Opera Fans Take Over the Ballpark

San Francisco Opera will hold its annual simulcast from Civic Center in AT&T Park this Friday, June 5. This year's piece is Puccini's three-act drama Tosca, a sordid tale of deception, sexism, and betrayal, complete with a love triangle! Admission is free, but if you RSVP ahead of time, print your ticket, and remember to bring it, you'll get "preferred" admission starting at 6:30 while the general public waits until 7. Pre-registering is also your best shot at getting a seat on the field. Show starts at 8(ish).

Tosca: Garlic Fries and Glissando

"High-low" may be a buzzword in the fashion world, but what about the concept of high-low entertainment? It can happen, as the San Francisco Giants have teamed up with Webcor builders to broadcast San Francisco Opera's June 5th performance of Tosca, live in HD at AT&T Park. Puccini's epic tale of political intrigue, sexual coercion and hypocrisy will be transmitted live from the stage of the War Memorial Opera House onto AT&T Park's Mitsubishi Electric Diamond Vision Scoreboard, allowing fans the pleasure of lounging on a picnic blanket on the field or taking a stroll around the stadium while enjoying the delicate aria Vissi d'Arte and the sensuous summer air. Sounds magnifico.

New Ballpark Grub: Can You Say "Bacon-Wrapped"?

In the past few years I've heard of other ballparks in America serving "gourmet" fare—sushi in Seattle, Cuban sandwiches in Miami, fish tacos in San Diego. At AT&T Park the food has historically been pretty standard—hot dogs, garlic fries, beer. But starting on Monday, opening day, there's a new game in town. Tres Agaves has taken over the three concession stands formerly leased by Compadres, so eating at the game is about to get a lot better. What's in store?

Nachos, made with housemade chips, real cheese sauce (no Whiz), pico de gallo and Tres Agaves' legendary carnitas.

Vegetarian tamales

Taco trios (your choice of chicken or pork)

and ... wait for it ...

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