Star Trek 50th Anniversary

By Peter SM Fri, July 22, 2016

It's hard to believe that it's been fifty years since the Starship Enterprise boldly went where no one had gone before... both in pop culture and the real world. Given today's current political and social climates in America and througout the world, the ideals and topics portrayed in the future of Star Trek—racism and diversity, sexism and feminism, militarism and peace—couldn't be any more poignant. Let it also be said that in these trying and stressful times we live in, everyone could possibly benefit from an hour or two of pure escapist enjoyment and stop this whole wide world from spinning for a while.

Luckily there is a new blockbuster Star Trek movie beaming into theaters today.

Here are some other special Star Trek celebrations that have either already taken place this year or will be taking place in the not-too-distant future:

No matter if you are strictly an old school TOS ("The Original Series", natch) fan, you want to debate over Picard vs. Kirk, or really want to put the odd-even Star Trek film theory to the test, we've got more Trek titles than Tribbles for you to check out at Free Library! As a starting out point, view our Star Trek 50th Anniversary catalog list, filled with fifty favorites across all Trek-related media including DVDs, books, ebooks, audiobooks, CDs, even musical scores and vinyl records! For more in-depth catalog searching, you can use terms like Human-Alien Encounters, Time Travel, Klingons, Interplanetary Voyages, or even Spock, to list just a few. Lastly, Hoopla has a special collection of both streaming and downloadable Star Trek audiobooks that you have to hear to believe, read by Star Trek series actors George Takei, Leonard Nimoy, James Doohan, and William Shatner!

Happy 50th Star Trek and...

Star Trek 50th Anniversary
Star Trek 50th Anniversary

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