Much of planet Earth reverberated with the news of Leonard Nimoy's death on Friday, but perhaps the most touching tribute came from above, via the Twitter account of Terry Virts. The astronaut, currently hanging out in the final frontier aboard the International Space Station, tweeted a photo of his hand...
The Westboro Baptist Church had announced plans to picket the funeral of Leonard Nimoy, but now the hate-filled church has been thwarted by funeral planners. Nimoy died this week, prompting an outpouring of support from across the country, including President Obama. Show More Summary
pic.twitter.com/ErjTLgCIrL — Terry W. Virts (@AstroTerry) February 28, 2015 … And a mensch, down to his bones. He had a famously complicated relationship to being identified so strongly with his most famous role, but Mr. Spock — and, I suspect, Star Trek — would never have succeeded in achieving such reach and longevity if Nimoy [Read more...] This space reserved for your ad.
In honor of Leonard Nimoy... Monster Hunters: Leonard Nimoy investigates what compels scientists and teachers to pursue a man-like beast in Northern California.
Leonard Nimoy, the iconic actor, poet, singer, and photographer revered for his stoic and logical portrayal of the the inimitable Vulcan Mr. Spock on the original series of the pop culture sci-fi phenomenon Star Trek and it’s subsequent...Show More Summary
While much of the Internet this week was focused on escaped llamas, figuring out what color a dress is or mourning the loss of SAG-AFTRA member and Star Trek icon Leonard Nimoy, we can forget that legislation is still being pushed that would make the lives of working families worse. Show More Summary
Lastyear,LeonardNimoy tookpartinaninterviewwiththeYiddishBookCenteraspartofthe WexlerOralHistoryProject inwhichhediscussedtheoriginsoftheiconicVulcansalute. TheStarTrekactorexplainedthefourfingergesturewasderivedfromaJewishceremonialblessinghewitnessedasachildwhenheaccompaniedhisgrandfathertoanOrthodoxsynagogue.
Gay actors Zachary Quinto and George Takei are among those who remember Nimoy fondly — and so is President Obama. read more
"Saying look at me — I’m entitled to stand here and present myself to the world. I don’t have to be ashamed and cower in the corner," wrote Natalie Angier in the foreword to the photography book "The Full Body Project." (Clicking the...Show More Summary
Leonard Nimoy, famous for his role as Spock — the infallibly logical character in the Star Trek TV series and movies — died on February 27, and astronaut Terry Virts gave the beloved actor the perfect send off. Virts has been livingShow More Summary
'Birdman,' 'Cinderella' and Kanye West were among the episode's targets. read more
“His artistic pursuits — poetry, photography and music in addition to acting — ranged far beyond the United Federation of Planets, but it was as Mr. Spock that Mr. Nimoy became a folk hero, bringing to life one of the most indelible characters of the last half century: a cerebral, unflappable, pointy-eared Vulcan with a […]
In honor of Leonard Nimoy... An investigation of reports that a huge man-like beast is living in the swamps of Louisiana's bayou. Narrated by Leonard Nimoy.
William Shatner has revealed he will be unable to attend Leonard Nimoy’s funeral.
The world lost a great man Friday with the passing of Leonard Nimoy. The news was followed, fittingly, with a lot of tributes and remembrances of Nimoy's life and accomplishments.
The death of Leonard Nimoy, who played Spock on the “Star Trek” TV and movie series, touched millions of lives […]
Star Trek star William Shatner will not be able to attend the funeral of former co-star and long-time friend Leonard Nimoy. Shatner announced on Saturday that he is “currently in Florida,” and “can’t make it back in time” to attend the funeral. Show More Summary
With the passing of Leonard Nimoy, the world has done everything and anything to show that they appreciate, love, and will miss “Mr. Spock.” The Star Trek great died on Friday at the age of 83, and it hasn’t taken long for many to show their salutes to him. Show More Summary
In an interview conducted with the Yiddish Book Center’s Wexler Oral History Project, the late Leonard Nimoy explained how he arrived at the iconic forked-finger Vulcan salute. Nimoy, who played the half-human half-Vulcan Mr. Spock in the “Star Trek” television series and in films, passed...
One of my favorite characters in TV history was Star Trek's "Spock". Yesterday, Leonard Nimoy, Spock of ‘Star Trek,’ Died at 83. Leonard Nimoy, the sonorous, gaunt-faced actor who won a worshipful global following as Mr. Spock, the resolutely...Show More Summary