The mansion in Boca Raton owned by Marc Bell and featuring a Trek-themed theater can be seen on television tonight.
As described in a recent TrekToday article, seen here, the mansion is currently for sale – asking price thirty-five million dollars.
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Star Trek: The Exhibition is headed to Southeast Asia later this spring.
The Exhibition will travel to Indonesia on May 31.
It’s almost summertime; and summer means that the annual Shore Leave convention is almost here.
Shore Leave 36 will take place this year August 1-3, and will include Trek guest stars, and almost two dozen Trek authors.
There will be seventeen conventions, shows or appearances in June and July 2014 that will feature actors of interest to Star Trek fans. This listing of conventions and shows features actors from all of the televised series and several of the Star Trek movies.
June begins with the Phoenix Comicon, which takes place June 5-8 at the Phoenix Convention Center in Phoenix, Arizona. In attendance at this convention will be Larry Nemecek, Julie Newmar, and Mark Sheppard.
The New Starship Foundation plans on opening a sci-fi museum in Hollywood next year.
The Hollywood Science Fiction Museum will be “the world’s first dedicated science fiction museum that will celebrate sci-fi in film, TV, art and literature.”
Star Trek baseball fans can combine both loves in one night on June 6 when the Tampa Bay Rays take on the Seattle Mariners.
The game will be preceded by trailers for the forthcoming Blu-ray release of Star Trek: The Next Generation: Chain of Command.
Several dozen Trek-themed cakes go where no cake has gone before.
The collection of Trek cakes was taken from various sites around the Internet.
Star Trek fans with deep pockets might want to consider a new house that is currently for sale; a 27,000 square feet mansion in Boca Raton, Florida.
Currently owned by Marc Bell, a “financier, producer, and former CEO of adult networking site FriendFinder,” Bell’s mansion is up for sale for thirty-five million dollars.
Good news for fans of Star Trek: The Exhibition living in Minnesota; the attraction is headed your way.
Star Trek: The Exhibition will arrive at the Mall of America and will remain there for six months.
Star Trek: The Official Starship Collection is offering a neat prize for Trek fans; one of their starship models personalized with the name of the winner!
Four lucky fans will win the personalized starship models.
The final act of Starship Exeter‘s second episode, The Tressaurian Intersection, has debuted online.
Filming on The Tressaurian Intersection began ten years ago, and fans have had to wait until now for the final act of the episode.
A new feature-length fan film will be set in the world of Star Trek: Enterprise, after the fourth season of the prematurely-cancelled series.
In Star Trek: Horizon, “the Coalition of Planets, a young alliance of worlds led by Earth, is at war with the Romulan Empire,” and “forms an alliance with T’mar, a Romulan deserter, in the hopes that she can provide valuable intelligence on her former masters.”
After a two-and-a-half-year hiatus, the fan production Star Trek: The Continuing Mission is returning with a new episode.
The eighth episode of the series, Cathedral in the Void, will debut next month.
No, it’s not Wednesday (sorry, Mr. Hump Day Camel), nor is it a “good day to die,” but it’s the day when the tricksters and pranksters come out to play and a few online items are of note to Star Trek fans.
ThinkGeek has come up with two entries in the “don’t we wish they existed” category for April Fools’ Day.