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News Bullets

By Michelle
December 27, 2004 - 6:05 PM

  • Totally Kate! has uploaded a video advertisement featuring Kate Mulgrew in Tea at Five.

  • Tim Russ (Tuvok) and Richard Herd (Admiral Paris) will star in a new version of The Cabinet of Doctor Caligari for Highlander Films.

  • The NORAD Tracks Santa site has a list of celebrity Christmas greetings available for download, including one from Kurtwood Smith (Annorax). Thanks to The Daily Trekker.

  • Alexander Siddig (Bashir) sent a Christmas letter to Sid City with updates us about rehearsing filming Syriana.

  • Yahoo! has the trailer for Kingdom of Heaven, which stars Siddig alongside Orlando Bloom.

  • On December 13th, Benjamin Slack, who played K'Tal in The Next Generation's "Redemption", passed away, according to E Insiders. Thanks to Alex.

  • Art Asylum has a review and photos of Johnny Lightning's first wave of miniature-sized Trek models.

  • Lynchburg, Virginia's News & Advance has an article on Trekkers clipping coupons to help the families of overseas members of the US armed forces.

  • Columnist Darren Garnick of the Nashua Telegraph admits that he used to be an anti-Trekkie bully, but he has since learned to appreciate them.

  • On the other hand, Decatur Daily columnist Franklin Harris has Star Trek: Enterprise listed as the worst TV series of 2004. Thanks to Michael.

  • A University of Texas aerospace engineering student has written a doctoral dissertation on "The Conceptual Design of a Constellation Class Starship".

  • Wigglefish has posted a review of Star Trek SCE Book Six: Wildfire.

  • Monkee has reviewed Enterprise's "Kir'Shara".

  • TrekPulse has screen caps from TNG's "Galaxy's Child", "Night Terrors" and "Identity Crisis".

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