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Star Trek: The Exhibit In San Jose

Wednesday, August 26th, 2009

Those Star Trek fans living in the Bay area will be pleased to hear that Star Trek: The Exhibition will arrive there this fall.

On October 23, Star Trek: The Exhibition will open at the Tech Museum in San Jose, California, and run through at least Christmas. The run “could go beyond that if things go well,” said Elizabeth Williams, senior director of marketing at The Tech.

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Star Trek: The Exhibition Contest Winners Announced

Thursday, July 30th, 2009

A couple, who met several years ago at a Star Trek convention, will be married on the USS Enterprise Bridge inside Star Trek: The Exhibition after winning a contest offered by the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia.

As reported by The Examiner, Brad Siegel and Kate Erwin are the lucky couple who have won the wedding package from the Franklin Institute, after receiving the most votes online.
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Star Trek: The Exhibition Star Trek Wedding Contest

Monday, June 15th, 2009

Fans wishing to have a Star Trek-themed wedding can try their luck in a contest offered by Star Trek: The Exhibition with the ultimate prize being a wedding held at the Exhibition in Philadelphia.

As reported by The Franklin, as was the case in March when Detroit hosted Star Trek: The Exhibition, another wedding contest is being offered by Star Trek: The Exhibition, with the winning couple being the one receiving the most votes in an online competition. (more…)

TrekBits

Thursday, May 14th, 2009

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Ten Questions Answered by J.J. Abrams

Memory Alpha, has posted ten answers to questions submitted to J.J. Abrams by Star Trek fans.

Questions submitted included topics such as: original fan alienation concerns, Trek canon, the influence of Abrams’ other work on making Star Trek XI, directing Leonard Nimoy, redoing aspects of the movie, relating to characters from the original series, why the classic era time was chosen, designing the ship stations, using Memory Alpha as a reference and concerns that Star Trek is no longer as relevant as it was when the series first began. (more…)