Beer pong, cornhole, hillbilly golf, and yackle ball; familiarity with any or all of these delightfully ignoble time-killers could suggest plenty about someone's recreational preferences. But it ultimately suggests one thing, one modern and oft-besmirched compound word: tailgating. Not the pesky action that happens on the road, but the verb by the curb. In the last couple of decades, tailgating has gone from a faithful few pre-gamers to, in many cases, thriving pre-game party neighborhoods; a sports fanatic subculture becoming a popular... More >>>