NFL-No tailgating, but no lack of partying at Super Bowl (Reuters)

By Larry Fine HOUSTON, Feb 5 (Reuters) – Despite the absence of tailgating, there was no shortage of partying for Sunday’s Super Bowl, as what has grown to become a virtual U.S. national holiday was set to kick off at Houston’s NRG Stadium. Heavy security surrounding the suburban Houston site for the NFL title clash between the New England Patriots and Atlanta Falcons shut the door on tailgating as fans had to park remotely and ride buses to the 73,000-seat stadium. There was something for everyone, from the NFL Experience that catered to family fun, to booming dance clubs.