Jun 26, 2015

Burning Man Pushes Back on Upgraded Amenities for Officials - ABC News

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. The federal agency asked for flush toilets, washers and dryers, hot water, air conditioning, vanity...

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