Burning Man 1997: An ABC Nightline Investigation gives an inside look at what the annual Burning Man festival was like in '97, when it was just a little over a decade old. One dude in the video says that Burning Man is the "last cool thing" left to do, and another festival goer calls it a wonderful celebration of creativity. — Read the rest
To celebrate Nickelodeon’s “Blue’s Clues” turning 25, the show’s former host Steve Burns, now 47, had a sweet message for his Millennial fanbase.
The week before Labor Day, 15,000 people gathered on the normally featureless, utterly barren Black Rock Desert playa 100 miles north of Reno, Nevada. They indulged in communal desert survival camping many miles away from any services. They created playful environments known as theme camps, often freely giving art, food, drink, performance, or just conversational whimsy. They danced to mostly electronic music from DJs both unknown and world-class, who were often operating astride giant mobile...
Hundreds of drones flocked together in Black Rock Desert in Nevada to create works of art above Burning Man. The installation is the work of Amsterdam-based Studio Drift.
Guardiola did not care for the sloppiness in possession when building from their own third and Southampton were confident in nullifying threats at a pace to suit them.
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Thank you, Steve Burns for cluing us in on what happened when you left "Blues Clues."
CLEVELAND (WJW) - The FOX 8 I-Team has obtained video showing what happened when a man attacked a teen girl in the terminal at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport. City officials just released security video and police body camera video from the incident, which happened in July. The video shows a 17-year-old girl moving up in line toward [
“I was attacked a lot by white women who felt that I had betrayed my own race,” the actress explained. Her new film, “Karen,” premiers in theaters on Friday.
NBC News correspondent Shaquille Brewster was doing a liveshot in Gulfport Monday when a man in a white pickup truck drove up behind him, hopped out and ran toward the camera.