# Star trek
Star Trek Creator was Born in Texas and Gets Planetarium Named After Him
Yesterday, Gene Roddenberry, the creator of Star Trek was honored with a planetarium named after him. The Mayor of El Paso, Texas, Oscar Leeser, and El Paso Independent School District Superintendent Diana Sayavedra had the ribbon cutting and inauguration of the new facility. The old Crosby Elementary at 5411 Wren Ave, housed the new addition to the El Paso community. Joining the Mayor was the El Paso Boys and Girls Club.
Without Lucille Ball, There Would Be No “Star Trek”
The first iteration of Gene Roddenberry’s legendary space saga was a Desilu production. Lucille Ball and “Star Trek” publicity stillsCBS Television and Paramount Television.
Captain's Log: May 22, 23 and 25 Are Star Dates for Original Star Trek Movie on the Big Screen in Kennesaw
If you're a fan of the original Star Trek with cast William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy, DeForest Kelley, George Takei, Nichelle Nichols, Walter Koenig, and James Doohan, you won't want to miss a special showing of the original Star Trek movie on the big screen.
It's a Star Date in May -- With the Original Star Trek Movie on the Big Screen In Marietta
They don't make movies like they used to, at least not Star Trek movies with the original cast. So don't miss a special showing of the director's edition of the original Star Trek movie, playing on big screens May 22, 23 and 25 in Marietta.
Picard Season 2, Episode 10: "Farewell" Review
While the final episode of Picard's second season, entitled 'Farewell," shares many of the problems of the previous episodes that led to this point, it deserves some credit. It actually wraps up the convoluted story and all the disparate plot threads better than expected. The episode could have been better if the various subplots were well-written and executed in the early episodes, but it is clear that the showrunners did have a planned endpoint for those story threads that largely works.
New Star Trek Voyage Begins This Week
NASA (public domain) The calamitous conclusion of Captain Pike's career is assured - sealed within the stories told in Star Trek the Original Series. Beginning this week however, Trek fans will see Pike, along with Spock, embark upon unknown, pre-Kirk adventures in the new Star Trek: Strange New Worldson the Paramount + streaming service.
Picard Season 2, Episode 9: "Hide and Seek" Review
Picard Season 2, Episode 9: "Hide and Seek" Review. Someone in the writers' room of Star Trek: Picard, Season 2 came up with a cool idea: a Rambo-esque action set piece with guns blazing and explosions, and at the center of it all, the main character is an 80-year-old actor who has trouble catching his breath.
Star Trek: Strange New Worlds Debuts May 5th
On May 5, the new Star Trek television series, entitled Strange New Worlds, will drop on the Paramount Plus streaming service and may chart the course for the future of the Trek franchise. As it stands now, the Star Trek property stands at a crossroads. Many of the long-time hard-core fans of the franchise have become critical of the direction the producers have taken and how the main timeline of the series seems to break continuity with the episodes created a generation ago conspicuously. Can a new show reunite the fanbase?
Star Trek Picard Season 2, Episode 5: "Fly Me to the Moon" Review
We've finally made it, we're halfway through the season, and it feels like we are just now getting to the meat of the story. At some point, the writers had to tell us what the story was finally and to do that; the story had to stop running in place as it had for the last few episodes.
Happy Birthday William Shatner
William Shatner speaks at Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan screening at Pullo Center in York, PA. The larger-than-life Emmy award-winning actor, director, singer, and amateur astronaut William Shatner celebrates his 91st birthday today, March 22.
Opinion: Stacey Abrams appears on Star Trek as "president of earth"
Stacey Abrams at the Mesa Arts Center in Mesa, ArizonaWikimedia Commons. It's not everyday that the worlds of politics and sci-fi collide. But they did so in the recent season four finale of Star Trek, titled "Coming Home." Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams made an appearance in the venerable role of "president of the United Earth."