Here’s a link to a post by a friend that well describes my attitudes towards the dust storms and “whiteouts” of the Burning Man festival. “Bats in the Wind” Ever since my first year at the burn I’ve loved the dust storms. The milder ones are great to just walk around in as they give… Read More Bats in the Wind
“Are you a hippie, a swinger, or just a dirty shirtc**ker?” Simpsons Burning Man, en Français. Simpsons Family Burning Man from Aung T on Vimeo.
JOURNEY TO THE FLAMES A documentary covering 10 Years of Burning Man. For one week every year, 50,000 people gather in the Black Rock desert to build a temporary city of art. Founded as an experiment in radical self-expression, Burning Man is like no other place on earth. The ground rules are simple: no commerce,… Read More Journey to the Flames – 10 Years of Burning Man
During my second year at Burning Man a camp mate had arranged to have an author give a reading from his book at our camp, and luckily for those of us who were there the publisher had given him some copies to give away and sign. he book was “The Man Burns Tonight” and it… Read More The Man Burns Tonight – by Donn Cortez
‘A Perfect Playa Performance’ by John “Halcyon” Styn https://journal.burningman.org/2018/04/opinion/serious-stuff/a-perfect-playa-performance/
I just read an article about this year’s Burning Man event that describes the event as it exists in my eyes so well, that I’ll just point you to the link and let you read it for yourself. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/jay-michaelson/the-truth-about-burning-m_b_279464.html [rant warning] I have a few minor issues with some of the negative comments posted… Read More What is Burning Man?