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By Caillan
June 21, 2003 - 8:50 AM

  • A report on Kate Mulgrew's (Kathryn Janeway) participation in a reading of the new play, Stay, in New York is available at Totally Kate.

  • Excerpts from Starfleet Corps of Engineers eBooks 28-30 are up at the Psi Phi Star Trek Books Database.

  • Five-Minute Voyager is celebrating its third birthday with Alternate Universes Week.

  • Jeffrey M. Anderson at the San Francisco Examiner has highlighted those television shows that should not be revived for the big screen, including T.J. Hooker, which starred William Shatner (James T. Kirk). "Maybe he could direct as well," Anderson wrote. "It would be his big comeback after Star Trek V."

  • The San Bernardino County Sun reported the Pasadena Pops' summer programme will conclude with a concert entitled Beyond the Stars on September 5, featuring music from Star Trek and Star Wars.

  • The 29th Annual Newark Black Film Festival will screen highlights of the film career of Brock Peters (Joseph Sisko, Admiral Cartwright) on July 16, according to the Newark Star-Ledger.

  • Austrian scientists recently performed what is said to be the "first long-distance demonstration of 'quantum entanglement' through open space", the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reported. "Quantum entanglement" is the theory behind Star Trek's transportation process. However, according to Physics of Star Trek author Dr. Lawrence M. Kraus, "we won't be transporting ourselves anytime soon".

  • In honour of the cinema release of The Hulk, Pittsburgh Live has compiled a list of its favourite green things, including: "Klingons - Forget hairy old Worf, these are the oddly human-looking ones from the early Star Trek years."

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