VICE sent photographer Maggine Shannon to boldly go where a bunch of Star Trek fans were hanging out.
The tour made a highly illogical first stop in Ottawa.
A dispute over a fan-made film might have far-reaching consequences for made-up languages after CBS and Paramount said they owned the Klingon language, a claim many Trekkers say is "ghuy'cha'."
Starfleet International, arguably the world's largest trekker fan group, offers several yearly scholarships, meaning all the hours you've clocked watching Captain Kirk may finally pay off.
CBS is going boldly where only five TV shows and a dozen movies have gone before.
Ellen Waddell uses 'Star Trek: The Next Generation' to explore her complicated relationship with her dad.
Then we asked members of the public whether they looked better normal, or as their alter-ego—be it a goth, a Trekkie, a Juggalo, or a human doll.
For two decades the amusingly-named rural community has been holding a Star Trek–themed festival called "Spock Days."
More than fifty years before the show aired, a Canadian Pacific Railway surveyor named the town after the Roman God of Fire.