The Burning Man art festival officially began Sunday with long lines to get in, and lots of dust.
The neighborhood kids were thrilled and curious. But their parents? Not so much.
The gas station’s ground was covered with the small winged bugs. Piles of carcasses, inches deep, sat swept to the sides.
Burning Man is crawling with bugs this year, and organizers don’t know why.
There are big plans for the area around the San Leandro BART station. OsiSoft is building a new campus that will help put San Leandro on the tech map, and the centerpiece will be a $1 million statue of a naked woman standing several stories tall.
Burning Man festival organizers are pushing back after the U.S. Bureau of Land Management requested upgraded accommodations for its officials at this year’s event in the Nevada desert.
Nearly 70,000 people from all over the world expected to attend Burning Man later this summer have a new way to travel to the Nevada desert.
About 200 Silicon Valley software engineers hacked into the Burning Man ticketing system Wednesday to jump in front of 80,000 others waiting in line from all over the world.
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If you really, really want to make sure you get your tickets to this year’s Burning Man be prepared for a little sticker shock.