Star Trek Enterprise bridge restoration – only you can ‘make it so’

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Growing up with Star Trek: The Next Generation, I always wanted to walk on the bridge of the NCC-1701-D. I was devastated when it was demolished in Star Trek Generations. My one chance to walk on the set of the bridge was destroyed. That was until this project came to … Continue reading

Sexual harassment in the convention community: A personal account

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Every now and then an article will pop up about sexual harassment in the geek community; we have all seen them. Be it harassment in online gaming or at conventions, hundreds have weighed in on the topic. Blame has been cast on all sides and solutions of varying viability have … Continue reading

Fly Air New Zealand and have Gandalf, hobbits and elves give you in-flight safety tips

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Tired of the typical, boring in-flight safety videos from your airlines? Yeah? Well I bet that’s because you’re not flying Air New Zealand. If you have the money to fly out to New Zealand and love Middle-earth, Air New Zealand has a treat for you. Their very own Hobbit-inspired safety … Continue reading

Star Trek wedding during London convention

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It’s finally happened! A real Klingon wedding ceremony was performed at the ‘Destination Star Trek London’ convention last Friday. Swedes Jossie Sockertopp and Sonnie Gustavsson were inspired by the Star Trek ‘Deep Space Nine’ episode where Klingon Worf marries Jadzia Dax in a traditional Klingon wedding ceremony. “We saw the … Continue reading

Steampunk’s Global Influence

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Steampunk has taken off recently through social medial sites like Pinterest and Etsy. First prominent in the 1980s and early 1990s, steampunk incorporates Victorian-era style with fantasy, alternate history and speculative fiction. This subculture has been incorporated in music, films, fashion, literature and video games. With over 180,000 items ranging … Continue reading

San Diego’s Haunted Trail

It’s almost that time of the month! If you’re thinking what we’re thinking about, then you are correct! It will soon be days filled with blood and grossness. What? We’re talking about Halloween here! Yes, this holiday creeps us all out too. However, if you went to the Haunted Trail … Continue reading

A new haunted attraction: The Blumhouse of Horrors

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The producers of Paranormal Activity and the upcoming Sinister film aren’t content with making scary films. Now they’re taking their talents from Blumhouse Productions into Downtown Los Angeles and creating a scary attraction called The Blumhouse of Horrors. The attraction features a guided tour that lasts around 40 minutes throughout the … Continue reading

Universal Pictures removes 47 Ronin Director

Just in case some of you haven’t heard, Universal Pictures recently delayed their Samurai Epic entitled “47 Ronin” for a 2013 release. If you don’t know who or what the 47 Ronin are, it’s a movie based off of a Japanese historical event where 47 Ronin (Masterless Samurai) take vengeance … Continue reading

Giant Robot Biennale 3 opening party on Saturday, September 22

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Eric Nakamura’s Giant Robot is having its third Biennale art gallery located at The Japanese American National Museum in Little Tokyo near Downtown Los Angeles featuring eight up-and-coming artists and customized vinyl figure collection. The featured artists are Rob Sato, Deth P. Sun, Ako Castuera, Eishi Takaoka, Saelee Oh, Sean Chao, Albert … Continue reading