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A Celeste Update and a Request from Me (Therese)

Dear Friends,

Could you please do me a favor? In this past month since I suggested it, I have only seen about $70 donated from trekkerscrapbook readers (including my two) and I’m wondering if  perhaps some of my readers here have donated, but have not included the words “trekkerscrapbook’ in their accompanying note?  288 more words

Spock

Star Trek - The Deadly Years

In which the Enterprise check in on a colony to find the people there prematurely aged.

The away team, once back on the ship, find themselves rapidly ageing (with the curious exception of Chekov). 342 more words

TV

AGFV: Starfleet Academy - Chekov's Lost Missions (GOG)

If you’re an avid Star Trek gamer like me, you were thrilled to learn last Thursday that GOG (Good Old Games) has started releasing classic titles from Interplay’s line of Star Trek games including… 615 more words

Trube On Tech

Star Trek - Friday's Child

In which an Enterprise landing party negotiate with the Capellans, a nomadic somewhat Mongolian culture, only to find a Klingon has beaten them to it. A red shirt’s gung-ho attitude leaves him dead and Kirk, McCoy and Spock all captive. 327 more words

TV

Star Trek: The Flawed First Film

Review by Logan

My journey as a trekkie began later in life.  I didn’t grow up on it, because no one else in my family was a sci-fi geek.   590 more words

Movie Reviews

The Cherry Orchard - a review

By Scott Williamson

A play by Anton Chekov, adapted by award winning playwright Simon Stephens, directed by Katie Mitchell, playing at The Young Vic theatre, Southwark. 221 more words

London

Her Lover- Anton Chekov

An acquaintance of mine once told me the following story.

When I was a student at Moscow I happened to live alongside one of those ladies whose repute is questionable. 1,982 more words

19th Century Literature