Just like Instagram has ruined nature, people talking to each other at parties, and the battery life on your smartphone, it's ruining Burning Man, and the people who organize the event would love it if
This year, about 70,000 people visited Black Rock City, the temporary town that emerges in the middle of the Nevada desert every year for the annual festival. So what happens when nine days of sex, drugs,
A silver blanket the size of your average Walmart? Only at Burning Man. It’s not just the effigies that burn at Burning Man. Last year, temperatures in the Black Rock desert reached nearly 100 degrees.
Larry Harvey normalized the abnormal, expanding the boundaries of what creators could attempt. That’s why there’s a special bond between Silicon Valley and Black Rock City, the desert settlement where
Larry Harvey, the guru-like driving force behind Burning Man, the globally celebrated anti-establishment, anti-consumerist festival that he and a friend began 32 years ago on a San Francisco beach, died
Burning Man founder Larry Harvey remains in critical condition after suffering a massive stroke April 4. A statement posted on the Burning Man website Tuesday says that while Harvey's vitals are stable
The Five Things Entrepreneurs Learn at Burning Man If you work in Silicon-something—Valley, Alley, Wadi, Beach, etc.—and your coworkers are disappearing right about now, they might just be finding their