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Catching Up With Voyager's Creepy Clown

Michael McKean is known for many things. He starred in Laverne & Shirley and This Is Spinal Tap. He’s won a Grammy and been nominated for an Oscar (both for the music in A Mighty Wind). He was a regular on S...

February 07, 2015

Celeste Yarnall's Cancer Battle -- In Her Own Words

Celeste Yarnall—one of Star Trek: The Original Series' most memorable and beautiful guest stars (she was Martha Landon in "The Apple"), a familiar face at the annual Star Trek event in Las Vegas and a major prop...

February 06, 2015

Star Trek Online: A Change in Command

Star Trek Online has been privileged to have a great history of Executive Producers through its lifetime. Stephen D’Angelo has most recently occupied the big chair and during his second tour has lent the team hi...

February 06, 2015

Transporting Edges Closer to Reality

Aye, Scotty would be proud. The Hasso Plattner Institute in Germany has devised a CG teleporting system that they've called Scotty, after everyone's favorite Star Trek engineer. A six-member team has created a process...

February 05, 2015

Trek Out Your Office!

Mark your calendars, fans of Bif Bang Pow!'s Star Trek Monitor Mates. Bif Bang Pow! has its eye on April for the release of their Star Trek: The Next Generation U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-D Monitor Mate, and StarTrek....

February 05, 2015

17 Years Later... "Who Mourns for Morn?"

Today, February 4, marks the 17th anniversary of "Who Mourns for Morn?", the popular Deep Space Nine episode that centered on the apparent death of Morn (Mark Allen Shepherd), the super-talkative—though never do...

February 04, 2015

GUEST BLOG: On The Set of DS9's Final Day

It was April, 1999, and the last full day of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine filming. There would still be a couple of days worth of closeups, pick-up shots, sound bites, effects, etc, on "What You Leave Behind," but it ...

February 04, 2015

Pine Treks To Wet Hot American Summer

Wet Hot American Summer is going where no movie flop has gone before -- and doing so with the help of a Star Trek star. The original movie pretty much opened and closed in July 2001, grossing less than $300,000 on a $...

February 03, 2015

Captain Kirk's Boldest Missions DVD Out in March

Star Trek: The Original Series -- Captain Kirk's Boldest Missions, a DVD set collecting eight Kirk-centric TOS episodes, as well as four special features, will be released on March 17 by CBS Home Entertainment and Par...

February 03, 2015

TREKNOSIS: Skin In the Game

April 4th, 2063: It's the day before the Vulcans make First Contact with the people of Earth, and the USS Enterprise NCC 1701-E happens to be on hand for the occasion. Also along for the ride are some uninvited guests...

February 02, 2015

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