Anything seems possible as Discovery looks to the future In “Best of Both Worlds,” the last episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation’s third season, Captain Picard transformed into Locutus of Borg, and
The Turpin children had a police dog when facing their parents in court. He's comforted them for months.
(CNN) — As the children of David and Louise Turpin spoke about taking their life back and the nightmares they still have, a yellow Labrador sat quietly next to them. The dog, Raider, has been meeting the
Japanese artist Monokubo imagines a world where larger-than-life animals roam the land and live among us. Through her fantastical digital paintings, the gentle giants are sources of comfort when their
Star Trek: Discovery’s second season has been stronger than its first. The storytelling has been more cohesive; it’s arguably less surprising than the first season’s whiplash transitions between the Klingon
Season 2, Episode 14: ‘Such Sweet Sorrow, Part 2’ The season finale of “Star Trek: Discovery” was true to form: alternately impressive and head-scratching; a visual marvel and yet muddled; nostalgic and
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