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George Takei on William Shatner: 'I Don't Need to Forgive Him'

Leonard Nimoy Has Died

Star Trek star Leonard Nimoy, whose portrayal of the logical but lovable Mr. Spock captured hearts around the world starting in the late 1960s, died on Friday morning in Los Angeles. He was 83.

He “passed away this morning after a long battle with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease at his home in Bel Air,” his rep confirmed in a statement to PEOPLE.

Orange Is the New Black, Macklemore, Demi Lovato and More Join LGBT Pride Festivities Worldwide

Last weekend, members of the LGBT community – lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people – and their supporters celebrated Pride Month with parades, parties, marches and festivals. The celebrations occur every June in commemoration of New York City’s Stonewall riots which occurred on June 28, 1969, and are regarded as a pivotal moment in the LGBT social rights movements.

From San Francisco to London spirited revelers took to the streets to celebrate, including several famous allies.

Facebook's 10th Anniversary: Celebrate by Following These 10 Stars

It was 10 years ago today that first surged to life in a Harvard dorm room.

In the decade since, the rise of Facebook has been good for a whole lot of people: Mark Zuckerberg, obviously, and your cousin who just had a baby, for another.

But there’s one type of person who’s truly made the site work for them – celebrities, who not only use the social network to speak directly to their fans but offer the outside world an intimate, unfiltered look at their lives, work and wisdom.

30 Rock's Maulik Pancholy: I'm Gay

What better way to celebrate being honored on a list of the top LGBT trendsetters than by officially coming out?

Maulik Pancholy made Out magazine s 19th annual Out 100 list and has announced that he’s gay and in a relationship.

George Takei Nails the Government Shutdown and More of the Best Random Things Online

Hey, did you know that all your Facebook friends are experts in public policy and healthcare? Didn’t it seem that way this week? Because everyone had a lot to say about the government shutting down. Sure, most of it wasn’t “actual and factual,” as TLC would have sung, but a lot of it was funny. And no one was as funny as George Takei, who reacted to the shutdown with quintessential Takeism.

Plus: Viral stunts that went viral, and more of the most important random things online.

George Takei Launches Web Series Takei's Take

George Takei has a new enterprise.

Takei, best known for his role as Hikaru Sulu on Star Trek, launched a new webseries Tuesday called Takei’s Take.

“What we are doing here with Takei’s Take is sharing the new technological developments, entertainingly, those developments that can enrich one’s life and expand our potential,” Takei tells PEOPLE exclusively.

George Takei On Historic Supreme Court Decisions

After Wednesday’s U.S. Supreme Court decisions deemed the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) unconstitutional and dismissed California’s same-sex marriage ban (Proposition 8), George Takei is sharing his thoughts on the historic day.

In an editorial written for the Washington Post, Takei explains that DOMA being ruled unconstitutional ends “ick.”

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