GARS 95.1 FM is the Gate Advisory Radio Station for Burning Man. It broadcasts pre-recorded messages about what is going on at the gate for both arrival and departure. The station is operated by Burning Man Project and is staffed by volunteers. GARS 95.1 FM can be heard on 95.1…
Burning Man 2023 has been hit by a series of unprecedented challenges, including flooding, protests, and a death. The festival has been forced to close its gates and thousands of attendees are stranded. The flooding has turned the playa into a muddy quagmire, making it difficult for people to leave the festival.
The playa at Burning Man festival in Nevada is partially flooded after heavy rains, which have also caused mudslides and road closures. There are reports of power outages and water shortages, and thousands of people are stranded at the festival. The organizers are working to keep people safe and dry, but one person has died in the flooding.
The first Google Doodle was created by Larry Page and Sergey Brin in 1998 to indicate that they were away from the office at the Burning Man festival. The doodle features a stick figure behind the second "o" in the word "Google." This year marks the 25th anniversary of the first Google Doodle.
Burning Man 2023 officially begins today, August 27, 2023, after Hurricane Hilary caused disruption and delays at the playa. The week-long festival is known for its self-expression, self-reliance, and the rejection of corporatism and capitalism. The festival is taking place in the Black Rock Desert in Nevada and is expected to draw an estimated 70,000 people this year.
Burning Man 2023 has been postponed due to flooding caused by Tropical Storm Hilary. The event was scheduled to take place from August 27 to September 4, 2023, in the Black Rock Desert in Nevada. However, Hilary made landfall in the area on August 20, bringing heavy rain and flooding. The playa, the dry lake bed where the event is held, was covered in several inches of water, and there was a risk of sinkholes and other safety hazards.