I felt it was time for a new look, and went with a nice, clean theme by MonicaNDesign. I hope you like it!
Also cleaned up the Site page, and added a new FAQ page with answers to the questions I get about the site often.
Added 55 photos to the gallery that have been sitting on my HD for ages: two on-the-set pics from Dead Lines, a few screencaps from the 1991 tv show The Flash episode 1.16 Deadly Nightshade, two photos of Jeri attending the LA Premiere Of Pure Flix’s ‘Woodlawn’ After Party in 2015 and also a bunch of wallpapers. The best way to see all the new additions is to browse by date.
Edit: November 10, 2017 – The mystery project is revealed to be a scifi/fantasy movie called The Relic.
Actress Jeri Ryan takes part in film shoot at JCTC’s downtown campus
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) — Actress Jeri Ryan was at Jefferson Community & Technical College’s downtown campus over the weekend for a movie shoot, according to a spokesperson for the school.
Ben Jackey, director of marketing and PR for the school, confirmed that Ryan took part in the film shoot, which occurred in three of the buildings on campus.
“The cool thing was that part of the agreement we drew up to allow the crew to shoot here was that our students were involved,” Jackey said, in a statement. “Students in our Communication Arts Technology Program interned with the crew, and because there was a hospital scene, our nursing and surgical tech students were actually in the film as extras.”
Jackey said the school is not permitted to share the name of the film.
Ryan is perhaps best known by sci-fi fans as the character “Seven of Nine” in the long-running series, “Star Trek: Voyager.”
Re-uploaded a number of photos that had gotten corrupt over the years, and added some additional photos for an event.
The best way to see these is to browse by date. A few samples below…
I’ve added video clips from the episode to the video site 🙂 You can see all 10 clips here.
NOTE: flaunt.nu made changes to their ads policy, requiring three ads in the gallery. I think that’s too much, so I moved the site to my personal hosting account yesterday (Saturday 14th). We’re still hosted by a web host specializing in fansites (even though they aren’t a free host and so I’m paying them to host me just like I would and have any regular web host before) so they hopefully do and should understand special circumstances of a fansites (things like having a lot of pics in the gallery that don’t necessarily get visitors looking at them a lot but that the space is not used for file storage despite that, INODE amounts etc.). If you’re noticing any wonkiness today or tomorrow, it’s just the new DNS data still propagating. That can take up to 78 hours.