At Burning Man, a Slice of New Orleans Saturday, Nov 17 2012 

KQED and the California Report did a little piece on the Sunset Supper Club, which we created at Burning Man in 2006 as part of the Golden Cafe, and has become something of an institution as part of the Black Rock French Quarter. Here is the article…

At Burning Man, a Slice of New Orleans

Sand, Scorpions and Spice at Burning Man


Jazz Funeral for the Burning Man Saturday, Nov 17 2012 

Black Rock French Quarter Mardi Gras and Jazz Funeral for the Burning Man at Black Rock City…

The Black Rock French Quarter Saturday, Nov 17 2012 

The Black Rock French Quarter

The Golden Cafe Saturday, Nov 17 2012 

The Golden Cafe

Still the swankiest little cocktail lounge at Burning Man…

Burning Man Revealed Saturday, Nov 17 2012 

I went to Burning Man in 2002 and it changed my life. The positive influence the event had on me, and the new vistas it opened, are topics for another post someday – this post is merely a reminiscence of the silly page I wrote in the fever of my return to the real world. At the time, more than a few veterans of the desert proclaimed that I had given the first clear explanation of what makes Black Rock City so magical. The event is much tamer now, and far more mainstream, but this account still captures a bit of the essence of why we go, and brings a smile to my face when I remember those initial moments when I set foot in the dust…

Burning Man Revealed