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Syndicated august 22, 2016

The $10,000 Stylist Behind Burning Man's New Looks

Burning Man was never meant to be about money, but an influx of wealthy festivalgoers has led its founder to liken some parts of it to a ‘gated community’

Work march 17, 2016

Why the Most Popular Gadget at SXSW Was a Pencil

Instead of the next breakout app, it was ‘analog’ nostalgia that drew big crowds to SXSW

Arts & Culture march 10, 2016

Beer Cup with Karaoke Screen Helps You Remember the Lyrics

A beer company makes sure festival goers never miss a lyric

Luxury september 1, 2015

A Philosophy of Seeing: How Patterns Make You More Mindful

Their cult blog Patternity reveals the hidden geometry in everything from galaxies to flamingos

Home october 13, 2014

Spotify 'PartyDrone' Specially Built for Dance Festivals

BASE brings you your favorite music from a personal air-based sound system

Mobile october 6, 2014

Vibrant Festival Tents Power Up Attendees' Electronics

Bang Bang Tents are quirky and colorful with a 5w solar panel, lithium solar storage bank and charging adapters

Arts & Culture september 17, 2014

The Tech Connection to the Rising Popularity of Music Festivals

Study points to technology as a driving factor in the outdoor event boom

Innovation august 5, 2014

Sleep Like a Queen (Bee) in Honeycomb Hotel Made for Music Festivals

Stackable pods offer a safe and sustainable place to rest and store your things

Syndicated august 27, 2013

Could "The Flamethrowers" Be The Great American Novel For The 21st Century?

The book, published this summer, has ignited a huge debate about it's "macho" qualities.

Technology july 3, 2013

Why Ira Glass Thinks Traditional Broadcast Media Is Out Of Date

The creator of the popular radio show This American Life talks about why a conversational style is where the medium is headed.

Retail may 9, 2013

Glad's Music Festival Tent Doubles As Giant Trash Bag

The ordinary sleeping structure gets an environmentally friendly makeover

Gaming & Play april 16, 2013

Why Robert De Niro Founded The Tribeca Film Festival

Formed just after 9/11 the event was meant to help New York get back on its feet, but has become much more.

Sustainability february 1, 2013

Chipotle Sells Organic Hoodies In A Bid To Become A Lifestyle Brand

The burrito chain is branching out by selling clothes, hosting 'locavore' festivals, and backing a comedy video series.

Arts & Culture may 14, 2012

Hanging Around: A Night Sleeping Suspended Mid-Air At The AirHotel

Does sleeping in mid-air make your dreams more exciting? The Guardian's Lyn Gardner joins a surreal project in the Norfolk woods and reports back.

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