June 17th, 2009
As reported by News Blaze the oldest non profit professional theater in Los Angeles, Company of Angels, is set to honor Star Trek actor Leonard Nimoy at a Gala event in L.A.
Company of Angels (COA) is celebrating this year its 50th Anniversary as Los Angeles' oldest non profit professional theater now headquartered at the historic Alexandria Hotel in downtown LA.
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In a recent interview with Sci Fi, Jonathan Frakes talks about directing Trek films, He's long loving marriage to Genie Francis, Thomas Riker, and the Riker Strut.
Let's start with something at the most basic end of the spectrum, for people who may not know Star Trek, but also for those who've been affected by it in some meaningful way. Why should people watch Star Trek?
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A brand new 'Hey, Star Trek!' from our buddy Jerad Formby is fresh off the presses. This time Jerad reminds us all why we should be watching Voyager.CONTINUE READING >>
Former DS9 and Voyager writer / producer Bryan Fuller talked about what he thinks a new Star Trek series should look like. In an interview with Sci Fi Wire, Bryan notes that a new trek series should be in the Altered J.J. Abrams timeline, but shouldn't revolve around the Enterprise.CONTINUE READING >>
Four years after it's cancellation, 'Enterprise' fans are still fighting to have a better finale episode or mini-series. In a article for Examiner.com, writer Gail Shivel discusses fan resourcefulness and resolve to get something new for 'Enterprise'.CONTINUE READING >>
The small town of Vulcan, Alberta has seen it share of Klingons since the early 90's. According to a report in The Globe And Mail, Vulcan has seen a significant increase since the release of 'Star Trek'.CONTINUE READING >>
Here's the first installment of our new weekly trivia feature. Big thanks to the Trivia Tribble David Kleparek for providing the fantastic content.CONTINUE READING >>
We've been wondering, as many of you, how the changes to the Star Trek universe timeline would be affected by what happened in Star Trek XI. And, more importantly, how the changes would affect the upcoming Star Trek Online.
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