Amarillo doesn't seem like a hot spot for celebrity activity. For the most part, that's true. Besides concerts, there aren't a lot of planned visits by Hollywood folk. Especially after that time Oprah showed up.
But occasionally, famous people will grace us with their presence...
Recently I had the chance to speak with screenwriter, TV and film director/producer and author Marc Cushman.
Marc is currently putting the polish on volume three of what, in my opinion, is the ultimate tome of Star Trek - The Original Series.
'Star Trek: The Art of Juan Ortiz' is one of those books that combines two passions of mine, Star Trek and art.
I have been waiting for this book to hit Barnes and Noble, but they never had any in stock, so I went to their website and finally 'pulled the trigger' and ordered it.
I'm glad I did, because this is one of a handful of Trek books that are my favorites.
He may have been a Captain in the 23rd Century, but Star Trek's original Sulu, George Takei, is trying to be an Ambassador for the 21st Century.
I have been a long time Sci-Fi fan and enjoy lots of different entries into that genre. Two of my favorites are now at war with each other. Star Trek and Star Wars.
CBS announced Sunday that is pulling the plug on the William Shatner vehicle '$#*! My Dad Says' after just one season.
The sitcom, which was based on the popular Twitter feed by Justin Halpern, debuted to strong ratings last fall, but stumbled as the season progressed. Critics' reviews, meanwhile, were less than kind.
Also getting the axe: the legal drama 'The Defenders' and the new co