Midburn 2016. A couple of the effigies that give the Burning Man events their name. Liat Yoffe

Midburn, a Temporary Playground for Adults in the Israeli Negev

The third local iteration of Burning Man brought over 8,000 people to a pop-up city in the desert where cooperation and creativity rule and ice is the only thing money can buy.

Anyone who’s ever been to any city can easily picture what other cities basically look like. They all have restaurants, cafes, roads, sidewalks, cars. But enter Midburn, the temporary city erected in southern...

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