News BulletsBy Michelle
December 19, 2004 - 5:05 PM
- The Tommy Boyd Shrine has coverage of Star Trek Night available for download. You can hear from the TrekBBS's Mogh, SyFy Portal's Michael Hinman and many others.
- Sid City has an exclusive photo from Alexander Siddig (Bashir)'s Kingdom of Heaven featuring Orlando Bloom.
- Kate Mulgrew (Janeway) made a brief appearance in the finale of The Apprentice, according to reports at Totally Kate! and Canoe.
- WSKG Public Radio featured Wil Wheaton on its Off the Page program, hosted by the TrekBBS' PixieGrl.
- Keith R.A. DeCandido has written a unique Star Trek: The Next Generation novel about a year in the life of a Federation President. Details are at Psi Phi.
- Terry Lee Rioux, the author of a biography of DeForest Kelley, From Sawdust To Stardust, will sign copies in Los Angeles at Borders Books on Vine at Sunset on Saturday, January 22nd. Thanks to Jackie.
- A San Francisco Examiner review of The Aviator praises the film but calls John Logan, who also scripted Star Trek Nemesis, "one of the world's worst screenwriters."
- The Herald and Review has a report on a course on Star Trek at Millikin University.
- Pittsburgh Live uses Star Trek as a launching point for an article on the EU.
- DVD Answers has a new review of Pet Sematery, which stars Denise Crosby (Tasha Yar).
- Kaitlin Hopkins, who played Dala in Voyager's "Live Fast and Prosper" and Kilana in Deep Space Nine's "The Ship", will join the touring company of On the Record, according to Playbill.
- The TrekPulse Gaming Museum has just launched two full exhibits for the upcoming wireless games from Jumbuck Entertainment: Star Trek: The Birds of Prey and Star Trek: The Cold Enemy. Both exhibits feature exclusive gameplay demos not available anywhere else, along with screenshots and an official description of each game.
- Wigglefish has a review of the Voyager novel Spirit Walk, Book One.
- Soul of Star Trek has posted reflections on the Enterprise season so far and an account of visiting the set.
- TrekPulse has added 267 DVD screencaps from DS9's "In the Pale Moonlight."
Find more episode info in the Episode Guide.