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31 min ago | News Max
Grover Norquist may have been one of the most unlikely adventurers to this year's Burning Man event, but he came away happy - and so engaged that he is pondering whether to bring back his children next year.
4 hrs ago | KRNV-TV Reno
The 2014 Burning Man Festival has officially come to an end, and many local businesses are helping burners clean up playa dust they brought with them.
The Burning Man counterculture festival drew a peak crowd of nearly 66,000 celebrants as it neared an end Monday on the northern Nevada desert.
The so-called "Burning Man exodus" that occurs every year when some 70,000 people gather in the Nevada desert has meant more tourists and families at the Mission's best tables, and fewer young and hungry San Francisco residents, according to managers of the restaurants.
Burning Man participants walk through dust at the annual Burning Man event on the Black Rock Desert of Gerlach, Nev., on Friday, Aug. 29, 2014.
The conventional wisdom is that with Burning Man raging in Nevada, the crowds here for difficult to get tables and the lines outside places like Tartine Bakery.
Burning Man is coming to a close. Last night, the man was burned and tens of thousands are making the exodus from Black Rock City to Reno.
Here, particularly in the city's rapidly gentrifying Mission District, their neighbors were dreading something else: the moment the "Burners" come home.
The EGO installation celebration culminated at midnight of the Burn 2012, when 10 people with flamethrowers torched the giant letters and watched them burn to the ground.
The free love message starts the moment you walk into the Burning Man festival. First-time visitors, known for good reason as "virgins", are asked to ring a bell at the gate and then roll around in the Nevada desert.
On Friday, a giant sculpture of a man and woman titled "Embrace" was burned to the ground at Burning Man.
While I'm not playa-bound this weekend, I will channel my inner Burner with Mudpot, a natural mud mask made from clay sourced straight from the Black Rock Desert .
For most of its 28-year existence, Burning Man brought to mind a "dirty hippie" image of those attending the annual counterculture arts and music festival now playing out in the Nevada desert north of Reno.
Deval Patrick was elected governor of the commonwealth of Massachusetts in 2006.
Burning Man is well under way this week, out in the Black Rock Desert of northern Nevada.
Updated: Tue Sep 02, 2014 07:53 am
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