Star Trek: DS9
Den of Geek recently posted an entertaining article featuring their appreciation of the latest in Deep Space Nine fashions. Be sure to visit the link below for the full article and some great compilation shots of fashion from the future. We're especially fond of Ferengi fashion. Maybe it's all the bling.CONTINUE READING >>
Our favorite ferengi is set to direct Shakespeare's 'Twelfth Night' in West Hollywood at Fiesta Hall Courtyard in Plummer Park. The production will run now through August 23rd.
The City of West Hollywood and Classical Theatre Lab present the third season of FREE Shakespeare in the Park with a production of “Twelfth Night, or What You Will,” directed by Armin Shimerman, Shakespearian scholar and “Quark” from the Star Trek: Next Generation series and films.
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While coasting around Youtube, we found several Star Trek related videos that we've never seen before. Always wanting to share with our fellow trekkers, we thought we would put together a simple post with links to some of the highlights.
The first video is a fantastic interview with our favorite bartender Quark. Well, Armin Shimmerman. He seems like a terrifically down-to-earth kinda guy. Being under his employ at Quarks bar for over 8 years, Darren Benjamin from Trekcast reaffirms that. Well, maybe he didn't work for Armin but he did work for Quark.
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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 >>
Newsarama just posted an interview with actor Phil Morris, who has been in almost every incarnation of Star Trek.
First he was the wily 8 year-old wearing an army helmet in the TOS episode 'Miri'. Next he played Trainee Foster in Star Trek III. He then went on to play two roles in Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. And, lastly he played astronaut Lieutenant John Kelly in Star Trek: Voyager.CONTINUE READING >>
As reported by the Chicago Tribune, Colm Meaney (Chief O'Brien, TNG, DS9) is set to play the King of Hearts in the upcomming Sci Fi miniseries 'Alice'.
Oscar winner Kathy Bates is making a foray into television as the Queen of Hearts in the upcoming Sci Fi miniseries "Alice."
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As reported by Wired, Michael Okuda will receive the NASA Exceptional Public Service Medal for his work on multiple exploration missions. According to the space program, the medal recognizes “exceptional contributions to the mission of NASA.”CONTINUE READING >>