2016 Media Coverage

Welcome to Black Rock City: What Burning Man’s temporary town teaches us about sustainable communities.

By Thomas Sullivan, April 2016

in American Planning Association

Burning Man chief: ‘it helps people connect more authentically’

By Matthew Caines, April 22, 2016

in The Guardian

Burning Man buys 3,800-acre ranch – is it about to build a year-round festival?

By Nellie Bowles, June 10, 2016

in The Guardian

Burning Man turns 30: The untold lives of Nevada’s Burner royalty

By Jenny Kane, August 11, 2016

in the Reno Gazette Journal

Grover Norquist, conservative anti-tax crusader, goes to Burning Man — again

By Katie Herzog, August 26, 2016

in Grist

Photos From Burning Man 2016

By Alan Taylor, September 1, 2016

in The Atlantic

Dust to dust: mourning the dead at Burning Man

By Steven W Thrasher, September 5, 2016

in The Guardian

Is Burning Man becoming less overwhelmingly white?

By Steven W Thrasher, September 13, 2016

in The Guardian

Why I Consider Burning Man the Greatest Cultural Movement of Our Time

By Daniel Pinchbeck, October 11, 2016

in Artsy