Burning Man went virtual this year, and we all learned a lot in a hurry. It wasn’t the first festival to go all-online (Outside Inside Lands streamed on Twitch this year, and Glastonbury’s Shangri La went virtual as Lost Horizon), but virtual Burning Man certainly raised the bar for sheer size and audacity. Sure, there were performances, but Burning Man and events like it are about exploring places, art, and people. It’s close, but not there yet for me.
How San Franciscans are reusing tires for positive things, so they don’t end up in the ocean or the landfill. Turns out 30% of ocean microplastics are from transportation rubber sources!
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BY JACKSON CURTIN Nicole Bulanchuk, Founder and Executive Director of Operations at Believe New York, is your average Brooklynite. She’s a native New Yorker, a Columbia Grad student, and she wants to help this city. Having volunteered and been employed by a number of nonprofits in NYC, she saw that
By Haley Pollock Remember when Mister Rogers once spoke to children who felt scared by unexpected and traumatic events, and he said, “Look for the helpers”? Meaning, when stuff is awful, as it so frequently is lately, seeing people who are helping others makes it less scary, more hopeful. Adrian
The club has significantly upgraded its webcast technology, and has transformed itself into a de facto television studio, for broadcasting live events from its stage to the world.
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By Ian Firstenberg A consultant affiliated with Scott Wiener’s campaign helped prop up an advocacy group claiming to support San Francisco renters. “San Francisco Renters Alliance” sent out a standard questionnaire last week to San Francisco residents asking for personal and other routine political organization information. The small print at