News BulletsBy Christian
October 7, 2000 - 11:10 PM
- The Sci-Fi Channel has announced that it has bought off-network rerun rights for 'Earth: Final Conflict', the first show developed by Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry that was produced after his death. Thanks go out to Jeff 'Koganuts' Koga for this!
- Sothebys and Amazon are running a special auction of Star Trek and other science fiction memorabilia, including an original 1966 script apparently valued at over $1000. Thanks go out to the Sci-Fi Wire for this!
- Psi Phi has updated the syndicated rerun schedule for Voyager through the end of October, when sixth-season episodes will also start airing.
- Science Fiction site Myrkr, which last year also featured reviews of all Voyager episodes, will be relaunching on the 25th of October.
- The Sev Wide Web has been updated with an interactive 3D model of the Phizzer Rifle used in the upcoming Sev Trek movie, allowing you to rotate and view the weapon from all angles.
- Editor Benjamin Winn has sent out issue 32 of the Trekker Newsletter, his regular Star Trek e-zine. If you didn't yet receive the issue in your mailbox, you can get it in the issue archives, or subscribe to the newsletter here
- Chris Kridler at Florida Today has written an article on how Star Trek's technological predictions are becoming reality a lot faster than expected. Thanks go out to Katy for this!
- Leonard Nimoy (Spock) served as host for a Gala Opening Concert at the Los Angeles Philharmonic on Thursday, organised as a tribute for Isaac Stern's 80th birthday.
- And also according to a StarTrek.com article, Patrick Stewart (Jean-Luc Picard) performed his one-man show 'Uneasy Lies the Head' at Santa Barbara's Lobero Theatre on Friday, benefiting the Lobero Theatre Foundation and the Shakespeare School.
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