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Things We Saw Today

Yes, Slitidoge, (not Slytherdoge?) Ravendoge, and Huffledoge are all available on Etsy user DarkHero’s shop. (Geeks Are Sexy)

  • Cliff Bole, director of 40 episodes of various Star Trek shows including 25 of The Next Generation, has passed away. He was 76. (Variety)
  • 17-year-old Sara Sakowitz, a finalist in the Intel Science Talent Search 2014, writes about the roadblocks faced by teenage female STEM enthusiasts at The Washington Post.

Fox Animation has released concept art for Book of Life, the Dia de los Muertos movie being directed by Jorge R. Gutierrez and co-produced by Guillermo del Toro. Since we last wrote about it it’s assembled a cast that includes Zoe Saldana, Channing Tatum, Danny Trejo, Christina Applegate, Ice CubeRon Perlman (natch), Diego Luna, and Cheech Marin. (The Hollywood Reporter)

  • Are you a metaphorical card-carrying feminist? The Frisky tells us about a card you can buy that will make you a literal card-carrying feminist.
  • The CW’s two-part Labyrinth miniseries has set Thursday, May 22nd as its release date. No, no that Labyrinth. This Labyrinth. (Deadline)

The above mini-memorial to Harold Ramis, who died earlier this week, can be found at the New York City firehouse that served as the Ghostbusters’ home base. It’s at the corner of North Moore and Varick Sts., if you’re in the area and want to add a package of Twinkies to the rapidly growing pile. (That’s Nerdalicious, pic by @hershberg)

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