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Neil Armstrong Dies: He and His Giant Leap Are Eternal

No flag placed on foreign soil ever meant so much to so many, for Armstrong did not claim the moon for America but for the entire human race. Read More »

Talking with LeVar Burton About Reading Rainbow (The Next Generation)

LeVar Burton chats with Blogcritics about Reading Rainbow, Star Trek and connecting kids with reading Read More »

A First Look at Martin Firrell’s Metascifi

Martin Firrell releases a first look at his science fiction-based project and chats with Blogcritics about what to expect. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: Star Trek: The Next Generation – Season One

The classic series arrives in high definition in fine fashion. Read More »

PopConLA: Screenwriters Panel Says “Don’t be the Naked Schmooze”

Want to make it as a TV writer? These guys did and they tell you how. Read More »

Why Do Students Cheat? Look in the Mirror

Cheating is rampant today and most educators know it, and students will admit to it in private and off the record. Read More »

An Interview with Suits’ Patrick J. Adams

Patrick J. Adams is a lot like his character, Mike Ross: kind, humble, funny, and terrible at impressions. Read More »

Book Review: Star Trek FAQ: Everything Left to Know About the First Voyages of the Starship Enterprise by Mark Clark

Handy digest of all sorts of fascinating Star Trek facts. Read More »

Why Disparage the Monkees After Davy Jones’ Death?

The Monkees may have been a joke to some but to us we were in on the joke, or at least we thought as much, and that was all that mattered. Read More »

Russians Look to Establish Permanent Moon Colony

I would like to reserve a room in that first Marriott that goes up near the Sea of Tranquility. Read More »