It's not quite poetic justice, but we'll take it: the Westboro Baptist Church, a group of litigious trolls with the barest ties to Jesus, were unable to picket Leonard Nimoy's funeral because they don't know where it is.
I was a kid the first time I watched The Wrath of Khan. I was a dedicated TNG fan and I'd seen the one with the whales, but when I bucked my bedtime and settled down to catch a late-night showing, I had no idea Spock dies at the end. As the credits rolled, I fucking sobbed.
There was absolutely nothing good about the announcement that certified awful person George Zimmerman (no celebrity bold for you!) would appear on an episode of Celebrity Boxing to square off against rapper DMX (on what would have been Trayvon Martin's 19th birthday, no less). This news was actually so not good that…
While the William Shatner era of Star Trek isn't exactly the first thing that springs to mind as a predecessor of the "It Gets Better" anti-bullying movement, Buzzfeed's got an excerpt from the advice pages of a 1968 teen magazine called Fave displays Leonard Nimoy's sensitivity to the plight of one particular young…
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After 10 films and 5 television series, many believed the campy, iconic Star Trek franchise was dead. But a new prequel film revives it with two franchise firsts: universal praise and appeal even for non-Trekkies.
Former Playboy Playmate (and former Hugh Hefner girlfriend, in the '80s) Carrie Leigh has now launched her own magazine, called Nude. Leigh says her vision is extremely different from Playboy: "I don't look at the women as models. I look at them as human beings. I don't want to show women as weak, or as prisoners.…