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December 21: On This Day In Science Fiction History

Sure, Samuel L. Jackson was fortunate enough to realize one of his lifelong dreams when George Lucas cast him to play Jedi Master Mace Windu in the Star Wars Prequel Trilogy, but -- I ask you -- what did it really get him?  Jackson had already made a name for himself…

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December 20: On This Day in Science Fiction History

On this day in 1979, Disney's The Black Hole was released to theatres!

This was the Mouse House's attempt to tap into that whole Star Wars' phenomenon begun by George Lucas in 1977.  The chief…

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Starfleet Command Award

Look what I got in the mail today.…

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December 19: On This Day In Science Fiction History

In Source Code, Jake Gyllenhaal plays Colter Stevens, a soldier who wakes up in the body of another man riding a commuter train destined to be subject to a terrorist attack.  It's a brilliant little time travel yarn that's very smartly produced.  (If you haven't seen it, then…

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Star Trek: The Experience Crew Member Needs Your Help!

I just wanted to share the news that Richard Oden aka "Rog'l" from the former Star Trek: The Experience needs some help from his friends, fans, anyone who is willing to give a small donation.  Please take a couple minutes to read his story and consider making a donation.  As Rog'l, Richard brought joy into the lives of so many people; if everyone could just make a small donation we could raise the money he needs for his care.  It was because of wonderful people like Richard that STTE was the…

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December 18: On This Day In Science Fiction History

It's hard to think about Science Fiction movies and not think about Steven Spielberg.  He's one of those rare cinematic geniuses who seems entirely capable of stepping in to almost any project in almost any genre, but I tend to think he has a particular gift…

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December 17: On This Day In Science Fiction History

I don't care what anyone says to the contrary: Christmas and science fiction have never gone together easily.  Still, all that can change if Space: Above and Beyond is any indication.  "The River of Stars" premiered on this day back in 1995, and it saw the Fighting 58th spending their…

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Come And Get It!

There is a new ship on the horizon! It is called the USS Artesia, is based on Star Trek TOS and is a ship of exploration! The link is:…
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December 16: On This Day In Science Fiction History

Born on this day in 1916, Arthur C. Clarke is renowned around the world for his written works in science fiction.  Most folks are familiar with his series of books involving the world of "2001: A Space Odyssey," but Clarke's "Rendezvous with Rama" (1972) and "The Fountains of Paradise"…

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December 15: On This Day In Science Fiction History

On this day back in 1966, the absolutely stunning-stellar Star Trek (TOS) episode, "Balance of Terror," debuted to audiences, and I'd have to imagine it created quite a stir amongst the building Trek fanbase.  It introduced a new species -- the…

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December 14: On This Day In Science Fiction History

Critical favorite director David Lynch took a swing at sci-fi on this day back in 1984 with his adaptation of Frank Herbert's seminal Dune.  (Trivia: at one point, Lynch was actually under consideration to handle directing Return of the Jedi,…

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December 13: On This Day In Science Fiction History

I have a vague, vague recollection of this sci-fi themed movie being released on home video in the 1990's -- Circuitry Man was released theatrically (in Portugal) on this day in 1990 -- and that's only because it contained the lovely Dana Wheeler-Nicholson (who appeared alongside Chevy…

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Trill's Thrill

Yesterday I created a brand new Trill drink. The Trill's Thrill

Recipe:

3 parts marzipan liqueur

2 parts bols blue

ice cubes

Cheers :)…

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December 12: On This Day In Science Fiction History

When it comes to Science Fiction movies, I'm usually no 'fairweather' fan.  I tend to embrace almost all of them -- the good, the bad, and the ugly -- trying at the very least to find something of value in each of them.  Granted, it gets difficult when searching for that nugget of gold in some…

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December 11: On This Day In Science Fiction History

On this day in 2013, IDW Publishing and John Byrne teamed up to re-invent the Photonovel, a 70's phenomenon that came to life and died all too soon!  "Strange New Worlds" was a story that allegedly takes place in Star Trek TOS's never-seen, never-produced fourth season,…

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December 10: On This Day In Science Fiction History

Veteran character actor John Colicos had an impressive career, taking up significant roles in both the Battlestar Galactica and our beloved Star Trek franchises.  In the original Galactica, he played Baltar, the…

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New Ship!

There is a new ship on the horizon! It is called the USS Artesia, is based on Star Trek TOS and is a ship of exploration! The web site is not completely finished, but if you want to investigate, the link is:…
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December 9: On This Day In Science Fiction History

Gene Roddenberry originally had the idea to put a Klingon aboard the Enterprise NCC 1701-D as kind of an homage to one of the original series' central conflicts, and Michael Dorn won the part.  Lucky for us, Dorn ended up being more than just set…

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December 8: On This Day In Science Fiction History

Of all the Star Trek first season episodes, I think the one that best demonstrated that Roddenberry wasn't always interested in sticking entirely to sci-fi stories 100% of the time was "The Conscience of a King."  The episode aired on December 8, 1966, and it essentially was a…

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