Steve Portigal, Stokes Jones
While in Las Vegas for the first time a number of years ago, we had occasion to visit the Las Vegas Hilton where "Star Trek: The Experience" was operating. The immersive "themed attraction" spilled over into a cafe (Quark's Bar and Restaurant) and shopping area both modeled after the TV show "Star Trek: Deep Space 9." This led to slightly dissonant sights, such as an Andorian sitting at a table hawking credit card offers, where the free gift was a plastic sports bottle topped with an Andorian head. As we strolled through the Deep Space 9 Promenade, we came…
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