Burning Man Leaves the Desert to Find New Life in Cities
Clip: Season 2013 | 6m 12s
Burning Man -- once a small, alternative gathering in the Black Rock Desert in Nevada -- has evolved into America's largest arts festival. KQED's Thuy Vu reports on how San Francisco's arts and technology communities have influenced the annual gathering and how their installations are finding new lives beyond the festival.
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