Leonard’s Little Dog is with him now.

Sad to report that Max, Mr. Nimoy’s beloved dog has passed, nearly two years to the day that his master passed. Max was 14 years old, and a joy to all who loved him.   Here’s to rejoicing their reunion in eternity ❤b7mpqlbceaebewtleonard_nimoy_dog3

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My Weekly Spock – Who is that Leonard in the Neighborhood?

A friend on Facebook posted these (Thanks Glo!). She had these pictures from a friend of hers who happened to be in Leonard’s old Boston neighborhood in the ’70’s when he was visiting his Mom!  You can see his mom Dora in the 1st picture with from the back getting into the car.  Ever gracious,  Leonard smiles for the fan in the second picture.  ❤

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Cee Lo at the Grammys Looked Oddly Familiar…

I know this isn’t Trek, but I couldn’t resist this mash-up of Cee Lo Green and a character from one of my favorite Sci-Fi movies of all time! 😉ce-lo-box

Happy Valentines Day!

Sorry I haven’t posted in a while –  I’ve been sick for a couple of weeks but mostly well now!  Wishing you a very  Valen-Trek Day!  ❤

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My Weekly Spock – April in Paris a Little Early

Well it’s been a very blue winter (in so many ways) and  to shake my winter blues I think of Spring, and when I think of Spring, I think of April, and when I think of April I think of April in Paris…or rather April with Paris!

So here’s a ‘spring’ preview with our favorite spy… 🙂  Ah, Paris! ❤

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Movie Monsters Mag from the 70’s “The Star Trek Phenomenon”

Just came across this great article from the 1975 magazine
Movie Monsters.  The magazine had printed a scathing, negative letter to the editor about Trek in its issue of Dec. 1974  (You can see that one here). And Trek fans were so incensed they protested mightily.  The magazine responded with this very positive article about the best Trek had to offer as opposed to  Lost In Space among others.  It’s fun to see how the article  addressed the growing popularity of a canceled TV show as it began its resurrection.  I’m sure at this point they never would have thought that Roddenberry’s ‘oddball creation’ would become the rich franchise it is 50 years on!

There are some funny mistakes here too, like incorrectly identifying Michael Ansara (Kang) as Steve Ihnat (Garth) (and they spelled Ihnat wrong with an extra ‘t’) !  Also, why is a space station with no connection to Trek on the front page?

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My Weekly Spock: Happy New Year Smiling Spock-tacular!

Hey Kids,

No matter what this new year brings, you gotta start your day with a smile!  Here’s some previously unseen out-take Spock smiles from the new blu-ray The Roddenberry Vault! (I got it for Christmas! Will review soon!)  Wishing you all a blessed and healthy new year! Love, Therese

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