In May 2008, Larry Harvey and Marian Goodell paid a visit to the Vancouver Burner community to celebrate the DVD release of the cult classic Juicy Danger Meets Burning Man.
Following the premiere, there was a Q&A session where Larry and Marian answered questions directly from the Vancouver community. Ever wonder about Larry’s thoughts on social change, or his vision of the future of Burning Man culture?
Now you can witness his and Marian’s responses to these questions and more here.
Rainbow over Nowhere 2008 - photo by Bongo Pedro
Spring has sprung, the Man burns in 110 days, and there is no doubt that Regional Event season has arrived and is well under way.
For the first time ever, we have posted the list of Official Regional Events on burningman.com – check it out:
The list is long and encompasses multi-day camping events that meet the event criteria and guidelines required to be considered an Official Burning Man Regional Event.
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If only I could have made it to AfrikaBurn 2008.
It looks like an amazing event, check out this short slide show and interview with Monique Schiess, one of our Regional Contacts.
It’s been awhile since I’ve posted anything. I just have to share with everyone how freaking excited I am getting about the creation of Everywhere Lane on the playa.
Everywhere Lane is going to be located at 6:15 and Esplanade and is THE place to stop by to find out what is happening in the Burning world year-round.
The Regional Network Center will be open from 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM daily with real, live Regional Contacts on hand to answer your questions and help you get connected to your local burner community.
Burners without Borders, the Black Rock Arts Foundation and Black Rock Solar will be our neighbors.
We’re working hard to collaborate and create a unique way to meet the folks working to keep the fires burning year-round.
Not long now. We head out next week to start construction on Everywhere Lane. More coming soon.
What better spot to stop off after a visit to Playa del Fuego than Manhattan and the Five Burroughs for a few days? This was an action-packed, blink-of-the-eye visit to NY.
Have you heard of Governors Island? It’s a little isle on the Hudson that used to belong to the military and government. It boasts two different forts from the war of 1812 as well as military quarters for the officers stationed there. After 9/11, President Bush sold the island to NY for $1. It now hosts a slew of cultural and temporary events and things are currently ramping up there for Summer 2008. Read more »
Perhaps you recall an entry made last July that paid a visit to Assateague Island, the birthplace of Playa del Fuego. Welcome back dear readers to a visit to the actual PDF event.
PDF occurs twice a year, once in the spring and again in October. It’s held outside of Odessa, DE on land owned and operated by the DE chapter of the Vietnam Vets Motorcycle Club. It’s a special treat to be granted the use of their space on Memorial Day Weekend. Read more »
Have you ever seen Juicy Danger Meets Burning Man?! I bet not. It’s a little cult classic documentary about two circus performers from Canada who made the trek to their first burn way back in 1997. It’s a sweet little love story and adventure, (complete with chainsaws!) back in time to a Burn of years past. The film was released on VHS 10 years ago and has just been re-released on DVD.
What better reason to pay a visit to Vancouver, BC to attend the DVD release party and check out what the Vancouver Burner community is up to.
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It’s been awhile since I’ve posted anything about my adventures through the vast and every growing Regional Network. I’m here today with an update and also to wish a great big Happy Birthday to this little Regional Blog!
It’s been almost a year to the date since my first post and I write you once again from Atlanta, GA where I first started posting in April 2007.
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