We're heading down to bayou country to hang with Klingons & Ferengi. If you can't make it to Lake Charles, Louisiana this weekend, never fear, you can watch the full weekend live coverage below.
We hear that Louisiana is famous for it's seafood, friendly people, humidity...Klingons & Ferengi?! That's right, this weekend you can spend time with your favorite Grand Nagus & member of Starfleet Admiralty. Not only Max Grodenchik & Vaughn Armstrong, but you can also pick the brain of Star Trek's ultimate authority, Larry Nemecek. Why wouldn't you stop what you're doing and head to Lake Charles, LA. this weekend?! Oh... and we'll be there too live blogging, just in case you can't make it. We're really looking forward to hanging with the Trek fans of southwest Louisiana. If you're going to make the trip, be sure to stop us and say hi. We may even have some Subspace Communique stickers for you! Check out the full details below.CONTINUE READING >>
If you're in the Lake Charles, Louisiana area at the end of this month, or you have the need to hang with your Trek brethren, make your way to BayouCon April 28th through May 1st. BayouCon, formerly Con Du Lac, is a fan run scifi convention for the Southwest Louisana area. According to the official website; In 2009 the convention launched as a Sci-Fi convention and was held at the Enos Derbonne Sports Complex in Lake Charles. 2010 brought about new growth and new opportunities as the festival moved downtown to the Civic Center." This year BayouCon is featuring Trek favs & friends as their honored media guests. Max Grodenchik (Rom DS9) & Vaughn Armstrong (Admiral Forest Enterprise & countless characters from TNG to VOY) will be in attendance plus more, check out the full list below.CONTINUE READING >>
Hey folks, there’s more Star Trek discussions to listen to live in Southern California. Prof. Daryl Frazetti has several new classes that you can attend and the next one up can be attended by anyone…you don’t even have to be a student.
Star Trek Day! in the Pop Culture Class March 28, 2011 in the Bell Tower rm2704. This is a one day event within the Pop Culture Class. Anyone can attend this day free of charge (not counting the parking which is $6 on campus). This particular day Larry Nemecek, Steve Wolcott, Eric Stillwell, and Roger Nygard (Director of Trekkies & Trekkies 2) will be in to discuss Star Trek fandom and much more.
Anthropology of Science Fiction Lecture Series, beginning June 18, 2011, 10AM – Noon, at the CSUCI Extended University CenterCONTINUE READING >>
One of our con favorites, Tim Russ is heading out to Atlanta this weekend to be a part of the very first Trek Trax convention. Starting tomorrow (Feb 19th), you'll be able to catch Tim and the Duras sisters Barbara March & Gwynyth Walsh on stage plus Trek authors Larry Nemecek, Diana Botsford, Brad Strickland, & Ina Rae Hark. You'll also be able to check the crew from the fan series Starship Farragut, a Klingon beauty contest, and a ton of filking. Check out the full details and links below.CONTINUE READING >>
If you are near the Dallas Texas area this weekend (January 29 & 30, 2011) be sure to stop by the “Women Of Sci-Fi” convention that’s being held in Plano, a Dallas suburb. You will get the chance to see and hear a ton of great female actors from the sci-fi genre; including Star Trek’s own Nichelle Nichols (Uhura). If you aren’t in the area be sure to watch our site over the weekend because we’ll be there live blogging all the good stuff for you, so you won’t miss a thing.
This isn’t a Star Trek convention per se, but who could resist the amazing line up they have going. Chances are if you like Trek, then you dig other sci-fi shows too. Some of the other shows being represented at the con are; Battlestar Galactica, V, Firefly, Buck Rogers, Stargate, Stargate Universe, Smallville, and more.
Morena Baccarin, Tricia Helfer and Katee Sackhoff are among the actresses appearing at the upcoming Sci-Fi Expo celebrating “Women of Sci-Fi” in Plano, Texas. The two-day event will be Jan. 29-30 in the Plano Convention Center, 2000 E. Spring Creek Parkway.CONTINUE READING >>
This week Larry Nemecek (or as we like to call him; Amazing Larry) posted a brand new video interview with Star Trek: DS9's Cirroc Lofton (Jake Sisko). Larry got the chance to sit down with Cirroc, at last year's Hollywood Xpo, and discuss what the younger Sisko has been up to since leaving the promenade. Apparently Cirroc has become a restaurateur and operates a small cafe aptly named "Cafe Cirroc" in Culver City, CA. Check an excerpt below.
And the honor of standing first in line in the backlog of videos waiting to be seen is none other than Cirroc "Jake Sisko" Lofton. He's no stranger to cons, but hardly over-exposed, either. So it was that we had a blast catching up at the heavily-guested but lightly-attended Hollywood Xpo last fall.
Most of all, check out the info on his latest project these days, Cafe Cirroc. I'll let him tell you the details, but for local SoCal-ers here's an update on special events at his community-oriented Italian fare eatery:CONTINUE READING >>
Another Scifi / Star Trek con is heading to the Plano Center in Plano, TX. Called “Women of Sci-Fi” and presented by Scifi Expo the convention is set for the weekend of January 29/30th. Aptly named, the con will focus on Scifi actresses from all across the genre, including Star Trek's own Nichelle Nichols. If that isn't enough, our good friends Larry Nemecek & Daryl Frazetti will also be appearing / presenting at the con. No news yet on the presentation topics, but we'll let you know as soon as we get word from Larry and Daryl.
We're definitely looking forward to the show, Scifi Expo put on a fantastic con back in October with their Star Trek Fan days, which we covered extensively. If you're in the DFW area, be sure to swing by and if you can't make it, we'll be there with live coverage from the con
Check out the full guest list and details below.
Star Trek’s Uhura! Other credits include Heroes, and countless TV voice work. Autograph: $30, Photo-Op: $TBD.CONTINUE READING >>
We had a fantastic time at the Star Trek Fan Days con in Plano, TX. over the weekend. There was a huge turnout of Trek fans in lots of costumes including some of the best Klingons we've seen this side of Star Trek The Experience. The show lasted only two short days and if you watched our live coverage, you know that there were laughs, tears, and some truly great trektastic moments. We'll, maybe there weren't any tears, but it sounded great, didn't it? Anyway, we've finally collected our thoughts and edited our live coverage typos to bring you the post con wrap-up.CONTINUE READING >>