The latest installment is filled with the makings of a summer blockbuster hit
The filmmakers discuss the obstacles of bringing their art to the screen
Too many sci-fi references and not enough Kristen Wiig
Trekkies are a dedicated group of people, often taking their love of Star Trek out of the realm of a hobby and turning it into a full-time obsession. Some have even gone as far as to have their ears surgically "Spocked." A stellar double-feature of documentaries Trekkies and Six Days In Rosw ... More >>
Is this any way to live long and prosper?
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The Bay Area three talk to us after their Cabooze performance last week.
The final rule prior to the show's actual beginning is "When choosing between two bombs, always listen to your heart."
Flaming Lips: New adventures in sci-fi
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Meet the Doctor who makes house calls five billion years in the future
John Berkey paints the universe
James Doohan is dead at 85. And here's the best bit of the wire service obit that the Strib is carrying--Doohan's 1998 revery about the good old days on Star Trek: "I started out in the series at basic minimum--plus 10 percent for my agent. That was added a little bit in the second year. When we ... More >>
Let the heroine carry the big gun: Seven local women writers talk about creating their own worlds- and the problems with life on earth
Local sci-fi author escalates from two-handed maces to concealed carry
The creators of the erstwhile Mystery Science Theater 3000 find a new home on the Web