News Bullets

By Caillan
June 15, 2001 - 1:20 PM

  • The official site reports that Wil Wheaton (Wesley Crusher) will take part in the Second Annual 'Improvathon' at Los Angeles Theatre Sports. The event will consist of thirty hours of continuous improvisational comedy taking place over August 10-11. For further details, click here.

  • According to StarTrek.com, everyone with a little B'Elanna Torres in them will soon be able to take part in a version of 'Orbital Skydiving,' called 'Spacediving.' Further details can be found here.

  • Thestar.com has posted an article about Colm Meany's (Miles O'Brien) recent publicity tour for the mini-series, Random Passage. Thanks to Nephandus for this!

  • CBS.com has posted a preview of their new series Citizen Baines. The series stars James Cromwell (Zefram Cochrane) and centres around a senator who has lost his campaign for a fourth term, and must adjust to a life without politics. Thanks to Tiberius for this!

  • Greg Cox, author of 'The Eugenics Wars: The Rise and Fall of Khan Noonien Singh' has been interviewed by Sci-Fi Talk, a webcast radio show. The broadcast is repeated in continuous five hour segments. Those of you with a modem connection can listen to the show here, whilst those of you with a cable connection can connect here.

  • Whoopi Goldberg (Guinan) is to be awarded an Angel Award by Project Angel Food, the official site reported. The organisation delivers food and offers counseling to those suffering from AIDS or HIV. Goldberg has worked with the organisation as co-chair of the Project Angel Food Tenth Anniversary Fund.

  • Star Trek News has been updated with a capsule review of Voyager's seventh season.

  • Over at Wigglefish.com, Kilian Melloy has posted his review of 'Section 31: Rogue.' "What this book does terrifically well is set things up for a sequel," he wrote, "characters are primed for vengeance and to seek justice, and the ultimate fate of a star system is still undecided even after a risky secret which threatens the existence of the universe is exposed and dealt with." Thanks to Psi Phi for the link!

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