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There has been a considerable jump in the number people coming to The Zocalo Today! WELCOME! We hope that you will feel comfortable here and come back often. New information is added as soon as it is received, so the page changes constantly. You are encouraged to interact with other Z readers by submitting your discussion topic responses, letters, sightings of B5 cast & crew in other projects, suggestions, convention reports, photos, etc. Be sure to look at the back issues. There is a LOT of information contained there and you'll not want to miss anything. If you have questions, drop me a line at or




In the new issue of WIZARD Magazine hitting the stands this Wednesday (along with issue 6 of Rising Stars), you'll find a two page article that may be of some interest....

Rising Stars has done *extremely* well for Top Cow, to the point where they asked me if I'd like my own imprint. I said I'd be flattered. They wanted to know what we should call it. I looked around at all the other heightened titles -- Chaos, Awesome, Megadeathtech kinds of titles designed to be impressive and massive -- and said, "How about just...Joe's Comics?" As in, "I'd like some of Joe's Comics," or "Read at Joe's," with a big 1950s diner clock logo. They thought it was a great idea.

So the imprint starts this fall: mini-series, maxi-series, one shots and the like, which I'll write and TC will print. The basic deal is: I write whatever I want, and they publish it. It's a terrific deal, and the TC folks are amazing to work with.

For more in depth info, see the Wizard issue.

(More announcements to come soon, including prose stuff, web stuff, and the reason I was on a soundstage today watching my words being filmed.)

Maggie Egan


I hope some of you had a chance to chat with Maggie Egan, the ISN Anchor from Babylon 5, Wednesday on Yahoo. It was great. Maggie answered a number of questions about her experience on Babylon 5 and around the industry. The transcript of the chat should be up at the TNT site soon. For more information about Maggie, visit her website at


The campaign to resurrect "Crusade" has taken many forms, and now it blasts off full steam with the new petition campaign. Television producers respond to demand...and there is no better way to express demand for a show than sheer weight of numbers. If you are committed to seeing this show survive and enter production again, just follow the link below and follow the instructions given. This is a very easy task. In a nutshell, get anyone and everyone who is either a B5 / Crusade fan, or just enjoys quality television to sign it, and then send them all in to the Crusade Campaign. The more signatures, equals more weight that Warner Brothers will not be able to ignore. Everything you need to know is right here:

Good hunting. Now go forth and multiply! --Armen Kurdian


Star Trek Grand Slam Convention -- in Pasadena this coming weekend!!!

Peter Woodward will join Bruce Boxleitner, Mira Furlan, Congressional candidate Jerry Doyle, Jeff Conaway, and Stephen Austin will be there! Details are on the calendar.

Twilight Battle


With SO many Babylon 5 and Crusade websites out on the internet -- and more growing each day, I usually take a few minutes, do a Yahoo or Google search and check out some interesting sites each week. I came across one this morning that I'd not visited before. It is a knockout. Babylon 5 Earthside has stupendous graphics -- perfectly suited for wallpaper. J.C. Richard has created some eye-popping graphics, like these two I pulled from the site.

There are other sites like this -- perhaps even YOUR site -- that I'd like to highlight. Send along information about a site you particularly enjoy -- or one you'd like to share with other Babylon 5 fans. Just drop me a note and we'll highlight it on the front page.


Have you read the Babylon 5 books? Do you want to share a review? Want to voice an opinion? Here's the place to do it! Send along your review or opinion about any of the Babylon 5 books. It will be posted on the Review Page for others to read -- and comment about!


Peter David's next installation of the Centauri Trilogy: BABYLON 5: ARMIES OF LIGHT AND DARK is due in the bookstores in May!

Looks like April/May/June are going to be a banner months. Peter's next novel, the CINEFANTASTIQUE issue on Babylon 5, the last Official Babylon 5 magazine, and JMS' last story in "Amazing Stories"!


There has been a fascinating discussion going on in the B5 newsgroup about what fans can do to help make the Babylon 5 novels more noticeable on bookshelves. One reader suggests:

Maybe putting a call out to Babylon 5 fans to ask that they "front" Babylon 5 books in their local bookstores, and ask that they be featured more prominently. By "fronting", I mean to turn them from spine-on view to face-on view, to increase their visibility. Spine-on, all paperbacks look the same. This only works for books that they have a few of, since four paperbacks makes a cube shape, and therefore takes up the same amount of space spine-on vs. face-on.

It would certainly help if Del Rey would send along some book displays to bookstores -- especially the larger ones. Doing a little advertising certainly wouldn't hurt the cause!


As many of you know, Jerry Doyle is running for Congress -- the 24th District of California. Talked to Jerry last night and he mentioned a recent interview in which the person commented that "if you think you'll be elected to any public office because of those science fiction geeks, you're more naive than I gave you credit for."

Anyway, if you would like to support Jerry in his bid for Congress, send in a donation to his campaign before May 15.

a. No corporate checks are allowed
b. No donations greater than $1000 are allowed
c. You must be a US citizen to contribute
d. You must provide your name, address, occupation and employer for FEC reporting purposes.

Send your contributions to:

22227 Mulholland Hwy.
Calabasas, CA 91302

Jerry's website will be up on March 31.


Here's a brief post I snatched from the newsgroup.

"In 1987 and 1988, I had two novels published consecutively, DEMON NIGHT and OTHERSYDE. Subsequent to that, I fell down the TV hole and never had time to even try to write another novel, though I did do the occasional article and short story, including one mystery novelette in the anthology Blowout in Little Man Flats.

Knowing that the TV season is going to start gearing up soon (June-October is prime hiring season for show runners), I decided I may not have another chance anytime soon...and have just completed my first new novel in 12 years.

It's now gone off to my NY agent (the LA agency loves it as a possible feature), and we will see what we will see. It's a contemporary mystery/noire thriller with supernatural overtones, set in LA, and weighs in at just under 100,000 words. With luck, we can get this thing out by the Fall, assuming the planned auction goes well."

"In an auction, the book goes out to X number of publishers, who have until Y date to respond with an offer. Best offer gets it."

"Just a note in response to those who've asked about what's coming up next for me that's non-B5 in nature...along with the just completed novel, there are a number of things that I've signed to do that I haven't been able to talk about, but will be able to start releasing some of that information here over the next few weeks, so stay tuned...."


There are a number of fabulous Babylon 5/Crusade Clubs around the world. I'd like to begin listing them here on The Zocalo Today. Eric dropped me a note the other day providing information about a Club in France. I know there are other clubs in Brazil, Germany, Russia -- and who knows how many here in the US. Let's get a listing together. Perhaps we can share resources, even get together as we travel around. Drop the information about your Club to me at or That information will be added to the new B5 Fan Club Listing.

So far, we have clubs listed from France, Germany and Italy! That's fantastic. Let's hear from others -- even those in the U.S.!!!

Zathras Tim Choate


I am gathering photos now and should have the first photos up soon. Here are a couple sent in by Tim Choate -- Zathras. I've talked to Carrie Dobro, Marjean Holden, David Allen Brooks, Peter Woodward, Stephen Austin, Maggie Egan and all have agreed to participate.

A word of caution on autographs! Be careful where you purchase your photos! There are some unethical types out there who will sell you a photo with an autograph already on it! The signature is part of the photo -- it has NOT been individually signed by a cast member! That is NOT an autographed photo!

When purchasing a photo, be sure to either get a certificate of authenticity or ask the person where the photo was signed. You might also make sure that it was NOT personalized! Otherwise you'll wind up with a photo that says Dear Bill -- when your name is Sally! It's still a good picture, but ....


Ranger Tammy reports that there will be a B5 Mindprobe game (it's some kind of interactive trivia game) at tomorrow night (March 29) at 9 PM eastern time.

Video 1.02


Ranger Dave says the first two videos did appear yesterday. The titles on Volume 1.01 are: War Zone/The Long Road. On Volume 1.02: The Well of Forever/Ruling from the Tomb.

The remaining schedule for the remaining videos is:

Vol 1.3 10th April
Vol 1.4 8th May
Vol 1.5 5th June
Vol 1.6 10th July
Vol 1.7 7th August

Volumes 1-6 will contain loyalty vouchers in them that will enable people to 'mail away' to receive volume 7 free (offer expires 31st Aug 2000)

A ranger sent in a report that you can pick up Crusade tapes at They offer free world wide shipping and a 20% discount on advance orders.


This month, the B5 Fan Club has two scripts available -- "Babylon Squared" and "Chyrsalis". These are two of the best overall episodes of the series, and as Sinclair says at the end of "Chrysalis" -- Nothing is the same anymore! After the end of the first season, things did start to crank up quite a bit.


Babylon Squared

Don't miss your chance to own copies of these two favorites. Use the links above to order today!

The Gang


The B5 Fan Club has just made available a Season 3 jacket, just like the one worn by Bruce Boxleitner and John Copeland in this photo. This black, brushed twill jacket has a blue satin lining and is pleated in the back. There is an embroidered B5 on the front, a starburst on the back, a ranger patch on the right sleeve and a B5 shield on the left sleeve. With each purchase you also get a free B5 Fan Club button and Agamemnon hat.Visit The Station for details.


With the publication coming to an end with issue #24, you'll want to make sure that you have the issues you most care about -- or the entire set. The Fan Club has most of the issues in quantity, so check out The Emporium and pick out the issues you need. Don't know which ones you are missing, let the reference page here at The Zocalo help you out. It has a full index of the magazine so that you can see who was featured and what stories were covered. If you have any other questions about the magazine, just drop me a line.

If you are having a problem finding the magazine, let me know. I can usually come up with copies of current issues.


Shipping in April: Rising Stars #0
Find out how it all began. Top Cow is pleased to re-present the first introductory story of Rising Stars here in the acclaimed Rising Stars #0. What if a world without heroes suddenly had 113 of them? How would the rest of humanity react? More importantly, how would those 113 souls now fit in to normal life? Written and created by acclaimed television writer J. Michael Straczynski (Babylon 5, Crusade) and drawn by the highly talented Keu Cha (Darkness/Witchblade), this special issue establishes the compelling world of Rising Stars!

Rising Stars #0 issue will ship with an all new cover by artist Keu Cha.

Rising Stars #7
Sides are being taken, lines drawn, alliances formed. Now that the identity of the one responsible for killing the Specials is known, the close family unit that was their life until now begins to shatter into mistrust, suspicion and violence.

JMS gives us a snapshot of how he writes "Rising Stars" in the JMS Speaks section. It's an interesting read, so don't miss it.


Last updated: March 16, 2000

This section has a lot of information, directly from JMS. Read about working with WB in the early days of the show; his upcoming "Amazing Stories" short story and production of "Rising Stars". What does he think of Jerry's upcoming campaign? Check out the latest in the JMS Speaks section.


Marjean Holden will become a regular on "Beastmaster". She will be going back to Austrlia soon. Season Two filming begins April 11. Marjean's episodes, as her new character Arina, begin in May.

Daniel Kim is working on a Murder, She Wrote movie of the week. Guess who the writer is? Yes, none other than J. Michael Straczynski.

According to The HOLLYWOOD REPORTER, Gary Cole (Crusade, American Gothic, The Brady Bunch Movie) will play Clark Griswold in the FOX pilot NATIONAL LAMPOON'S FAMILY VACATION.

From a Dr. Who newsletter:

* PETER JURASIK, who starred for five years on television's "Babylon 5" as Ambassador Londo Mollari, will provisionally feature as a guest star in the forthcoming "Winter for the Adept" playing the role of Lieutenant Sandoz. (This is an audio tape episode of the Dr. Who series.) Also featured in the story is Sally Faulkner, who portrayed Isobel Watkins in the Doctor Who serial "The Invasion". Additional cast members include Liz Sutherland, India Fisher, Hannah Dickinson and Chris Webber, joining Peter Davison and Sarah Sutton as the Doctor and Nyssa. (Incidentally, no other "B5" actors have been approached, contrary to reports elsewhere on the Internet.)

Stephen Furst will provide one of the voices for one of the Space Rangers in the upcoming "Buzz Lightyear of Star Command'' coming to ABC and UPN in October. Walt Disney Television Animation is producing 65 episodes of ``Buzz'' -- 52 for UPN's ``Disney's One Too'' and 13 for ABC's Saturday morning lineup. Read all about it at

Peter Woodward has won a part in an upcoming pilot entitled "MK3", a contempory version of "The Three Musketeers". Peter will play the 'Richelieu' role. It is being produced by Warner Brothers for Fox, hopefully for the fall season.


Pat Tallman and Jeffrey Willerth have a chat room at their site Starglaziers. You can also get there through Pat Tallman's site.

Jeffrey is setting up some chats (5pm PST; 8pm EST) you might be interested in:
Sunday, April 9, Claudia Christian, Patricia Tallman and Larry Weiner talk about their new audio movie "Lives of the Cat"
Sunday, April 23, Tim Earls (designer for Star Trek Voyager -- and artist for Babylon 5) and Mojo (Star Trek/ Foundation Imaging).

There are a couple of regular chats that you might want to take advantage. One is over at Mike Helba has organized a weekly chat on Wednesdays at 10pm EST.

This Sunday, there will be a chat at Groucho's Babylon 5 Calvalcade beginning at 5:30pm ET on Sunday. Groucho's is a good place to drop over and chat anytime.


I've updated the B5 index . This page covers magazines like DreamWatch, TV Zone, StarBurst and others that have covered Babylon 5 and Crusade over the last several years. This index will expand as I add more issues and new magazines.

The Official Babylon 5 Magazine is indexed here as well. With the closure of the magazine in May, you'll want to see which magazines you have -- and which ones you will want to collect. The index may help you make a decision on which ones to choose. The Fan Club has many of the issues at , making it very easy to complete your collection.

If you have magazines that have featured Babylon 5 or Crusade that are not listed, send along their issue number and a note to indicate what the article was about. It would be nice to have a fairly comprehensive listing of Babylon 5 publications here.


Warner Bros. has a Babylon 5 postcard delivery service on their site at Babylon 5 Cards. Send a note to a friend to say Happy St. Patrick's Day or just to say HI.


OFFICIAL BABYLON 5 MAGAZINE - Issue #21 . Mira Furlan looks back on her five years as Delenn on Babylon 5 and talks a little about upcoming projects. Joe Nazzaro begins a series on "The Making of Babylon 5". In part one, he reviews the pilot, season one and two. Gropos is the Station Log for this issue. Also included is a wonderful interview with Larry DiTillio, story editor for the series in the early days. Don't miss the next installment of the B5 Chronology!

OFFICIAL BABYLON 5 MAGAZINE - Issue #20 . The theme of this issue is "Time Travel". Stephen C. Smith examines the nature of time travel and looks at the science behinnd the time travel events in Babylon 5. The special Babylon 5 timeline continues in this issue. War Without End - Part 2 is featured in the Station Log and Zathras takes center stage in a number of features. I have to admit, the feature on The Zocalo Today is really, really nice!

** NEED COPIES! Drop me a line and I'll see what I can do!

TV Zone #123 - Are you interested in visual effects or fantasy art? Then here's an issue for you. Wayne Barlowe, the artist who brought the creepy creatures in "Thirdspace" to life is interviewed in this issue. The sketches showing his early perception of what was needed in this TV movie are awesome.

TV Zone Special #36 - Bruce Boxleitner talks about his new book, "Frontier Earth", his work on the B5 CD-ROM "Into the Fire", shooting the final episode of Babylon 5, "Sleeping in Light" and a lot of other topics.


This week's discussion topics:
What was have you thought about the Babylon 5 novels? Have they been good? Do you want to see them continue? Do you have a favorite? Why?

There have been some very good responses submitted so far. Follow this link to Current Discussion Topic page. Send an e-mail message response to either The Zocalo or Or you can post your comments on the message board at



March Birthdays

Rick Biggs - March 18
Brad Dourif - March 18
Jesus Trevino - March 26
Ed Wasser - March 26
Michael York - March 27

Babylon 5 History

March 2, 2258 - Dr. Stephen Franklin assumes control of MedLab on Babylon 5
March 3, 2262 - EarthGov formally declares Mars independent
March 4, 2260 - Dr. Mary Kirkish is called to Ganymede to excavate a buried Shadow vessel
March 11, 2260 - David Corwin is promoted to full Lieutenant
March 18, 2260 - Dr. Mary Kirkish arrives on Babylon 5
March 20, 2260 - John Sheridan takes the White Star to Ganymede and witnesses the activation of a Shadow ship
March 23, 1994 - Filming is completed on the first season of Babylon 5

** History dates are taken from the SlowDazzle calendar!


Just in time for conventions -- the perfect take-along items! I'm always looking for something to take to conventions for people to autograph. The Fan Club has some PERFECT items for you – and they are reasonably priced as well!

The Antioch Calendar for 1999 is awesome. Yes, we know that it’s a 1999 calendar, but it carries a serial number – making it a collectible! The pictures are perfect for framing once you have the autograph in place! You can use this link for the Antioch Calendar or go the 'collectibles' portion of the Emporium.

Order any of the four sets of Autoghraphed Magazines and receive the calendar FREE!

Second – Season 5 Cast Poster. The Club made available to members a wonderful poster for season 5. The poster , signed by the cast members, would make a wonderful remembrance of the show – not to mention a fantastic collector’s item. It is located in the 'merchandise' portion of the Emporium.

Third – Season 5 Fan Club Photo & "Season 4 Fan Club Photo – These marvelous photos created for members of the Club are available for your enjoyment. They are $4.99 each with the purchase of $10.00 or more. Available in the 'merchandise' portion on the Emporium.

The Fan Club has opened up Gold Channel for all Babylon 5 and Crusade fans. Be sure to drop in to see the exclusive photos and background material on the show. It was updated on March 7.

Babylon 5 Bible -- The original Season One Babylon 5 Writer's Bible. This massive tome weighs in at over 60 pages with comprehensive backgrounds on all characters and story arc; as well as guidelines for writing SF for TV. This document is peppered with original (color and B&W) illustrations by Peter Ledger. Use this link to place an order Babylon 5 Writer's Bible.

Babylon 5 Series Treatment -- This beautifully bound original Babylon 5 Series Treatment written in September 1988, was used to sell the series. It contains different characters than were ever seen in the show. This treatment was ONLY given to Network/Studio heads. This document is peppered with original color illustrations by Peter Ledger. Use this link to order your copy from the Emporium Babylon 5 Series Treatment.

Ordering Information: There are a number of ways to order merchandise from the Club:

Credit card purchases can be made on-line, by mail, or by fax. The Fax number is 1-818-771-1677.

FOR PHONE ORDERS: Here are the numbers to use: 1-888-777-8517 or 1-818-623-1198 . Phone lines are open Monday thru Friday, 10-6pm PST. If no one answers the phone, please leave your credit card information on the voicemail. Val and Tony do process orders based on the time-stamped voicemail messages. Be sure to leave your phone number as well, just in case they have any questions.

You can send a check or money order for merchandise -- made payable to Babylon 5 Fan Club -- to Official Babylon 5 Fan Club, P.O. Box 856, North Hollywood, CA 91603.

** For all orders done by mail, it's best to send in an order form with your check or money order. Use this link to get a copy of the Order Form. There is a new reference list as well, so that you can check to see what merchandise is still available. Ref List.


Scripts From The Lot is a new site on the internet that is making a select number of scripts available to fans. JMS, Fiona Avery and Neil Gaiman have works available right now. The works of David Gerrold, Harlan Ellison and Larry Brody will be available soon. Fiona Avery's Crusade script that was to feature Bester is available here!


cartoon Another toon from Todd.

I'm moving some cartoons from Todd and Tye over to a new page so that you can enjoy them longer than just a week. Check out the new Toons Page!

There's an interesting competition going on right now over at ToonZone. It's asking people to submit a "punch line" for a B5 cartoon. Pop over and try your hand at filling in the bubble!

Got toons? Want to share them? Drop me a line at and let's chat!



Peter Woodward will join Bruce Boxleitner, Mira Furlan, Jerry Doyle, Jeff Conaway, and Stephen Austin at the Star Trek Grand Slam Convention in Pasadena at the end of this month. Details are on the calendar.

Peter Jurasik has been added to the Trek Expo 2000 roster in Tulsa, OK, June 24-25, 2000.

JMS will be attending World Horror Convention 2000, May 11-14, 2000; Denver, CO with Harlan Ellison. For more information, visit their website at .


There are a number of conventions going on that, unfortunately, DO NOT have Babylon 5 guests. But I'm sure there are Babylon 5 Fans in attendance. If you are going to a convention or just want to pass along information about a convention in your area that might be of interest to B5 fans, be sure to send in your name, an e-mail address and information about the convention. It will be posted at the Z somewhere. Here's an example:

Date: Thu, 23 Mar 2000 5:08:11 PM EST
From: "starstuff(Renee)"

Hi Ms. Bruckner,
I have a question about conventions. I may have a chance to go to Marcon (Columbus, Oh) this year. They don't have anything about B5 that I can see. But I thought some people might be interested to know that Eugene Roddenberry, Jr. will be there, as well as Da'an and Auger (Earth: Final Conflict).

Keep up the great work!



I received some great photos from the StarFury convention that occurred in the UK last weekend. They are now out in the Photo Gallery!

Sonny Whitelaw has sent in a detailed report of the BEST OF BOTH WORLDS convention from Sydney, Australia. Sounds like everyone had a wonderful time! Drop over to the Reports Page for all the details.

Ranger Kailin has sent in the first part of her report on JMS' panel discussion at Gallifrey last weekend. Drop over to the Reports Page and have a look!

I've added a couple of photos from VisionCon - including a look at Jamie Murray (Myhr)! Good artist! Francesca has sent in a convention report to add to my photos of Visioncon. Along with the photos are a couple of works by Jamie Murray, a fantastic artist who also attended the convention. Jamie is not only a super individual -- he's a great talent as well. Love his pictures of Michael, Claudia, Mira and the others. Have a peek. Here is a site that display's more of Jamie's fantastic artwork . I think he is AWESOME!

If you have experiences you'd like to share -- or photos -- send them along. We'd love to see/read them.


Are you attending one of the conventions on the calendar? Or another one perhaps? Do you want to see who else might be there? Drop your e-mail address to The Zocalo. We've begun an attendance page so that perhaps we can get together while enjoying the activities of the convention. Convention Attendance .


8th Annual Star Trek Grand Slam Convention
March 31-April 2, 2000, Pasadena, CA
Guest: Bruce Boxleitner, Mira Furlan, Jerry Doyle, Jeff Conaway, Stephen Austin, Peter Woodward

For more information, visit their website at Creation Entertainment or call CREATION at (818) 409-0960 ext. 225** , 9am - 3pm Pacific Time. Or, write to: Creation Tickets, The Galleria Tower, 100 W Broadway #1200, Glendale, CA 91210.

Megacon 2000
March 31-April 2, 2000, Orlando, FL
Guest: Harlan Ellison

For more information, visit their website at

March 31-April 2, 2000, SUNY at Stony Brook, NY
Guests: Jason Carter, Peter Woodward, Julie Caitlin Brown

For more information, visit their website at .

Chiller Theatre
April 14, 15, 16, 2000, Rutherford, NJ
Guests: Bill Mumy

For more information, write to Chiller Theatre, P.O.Box 23, Rutherford, NJ 07070 or call (201) 804-8040. Or visit their website at " .

StarFest 2K
April 14-16, 2000, Denver, CO
Place: Holiday Inn DIA
Guest: Stephen Austin, Wortham "Bob" Krimmer

For more visit their website at " .

Imagine Con 2000
April 20-23, 2000, Virginia Beach, VA
Place: Virginia Pavilion and Doubletree Hotel
Guests: Jason Carter, Maggie Egan, Stephen Austin, Carrie Dobro

For more information, visit their website at " .

William Shatner Celebrity Horse Show
April 29-30, 2000, Los Angeles Equestrian Center
Guest: Stephen Austin

For more information, visit their website at

Comic Con
April 28, 2000, Pittsburgh, PA
Guest: Peter Woodward

For more information, visit their website at

April 28-May 1, 2000, Manchester, England
Guest: Peter Woodward, Judson Scott

For more information, visit their website at AD2000 or send a self-addressed envelop to Sector 14 (AD2000), PO Box 3870, Troon, Scotland, KA10 7PZ.

World Horror Convention 2000
May 11-14, 2000; Denver, CO
Place: Adams Mark Hotel
Guest: Harlan Ellison, J. Michael Straczynski

For more information, visit their website at .


I've received some new photos from John Upton, Paul and Marti Baltrunas and Nancy & Grieg Pederson of conventions to share. They are now in the Photo Gallery Thanks for sending them along. They are wonderful!

If you have photos to add to the convention gallery, let me know. If you'd like to start a reader's gallery, that's possible as well. Just send along your photo and I'll begin a rogue's gallery for everyone to enjoy!

If you have photos you would like to include here, send them on to me at or


Want to know what conventions are ahead for the Babylon 5 and/or Crusade cast and crew? Use this link Convention Calendar.


There are some new and interesting items in the Trading Post. Take a look. If you have items you'd like to trade, post a note here. If you need a particular item, the Trading Post or Message Board could help you find it. Use this link to see what is listed. Trading Post. To have items included in The Trading Post, send a note to The Zocalo. Please put Trading Post in the subject line.

Pen Pals

Some new letters have been added. Check it out! Drop a note to someone who is feeling B5 withdrawal -- BIG TIME!

People thought a Pen Pal page was a good idea. If you would like to meet people who you could chat with or share your opinions of the show with, send along your e-mail or snail-mail address The Zocalo. It will be incorporated on the new Pen Page Page.

The Zocalo - Today, Issue #3

I just put out a copy of The Zocalo Today - Issue #3 in PDF format, for those of you who like to have a hard-copy version of the newsletter. The Zocalo, Issue #3. You will need a copy of Adobe Acrobat to open the file. If you don't have that, please go to Adobe and download a copy of the software.


We haven't forgotten all the wonderful pages created in support of Babylon 5 or Crusade. They now have their own page! I've added a few new ones, so be sure to use the button at the top of the page or Links Page.


April 1
7 am ET/PT "And All My Dreams, Torn Asunder"

April 8
7 am ET/PT "Movements of Fire and Shadow"

April 15
7 am ET/PT "The Fall of Centauri Prime"

April 22
7 am ET/PT "The Wheel of Fire"


The front page of the The Zocalo Today changes daily, so be sure to check the back issues to make sure that you haven't missed anything IMPORTANT! I don't want the front page getting too long so I shift information periodically into the archives. So if you aren't a regular visitor to The Zocalo Today, be sure to check out the back issues. Just use the button above!


If you would like to take some flyers to a convention to help spread the word that The Zocalo is Back! drop me a line. I'll be glad to send you some in the mail. I've created a PDF file that can be downloaded and printed. Flyer Thanks for helping to spread the word about The Z!

Take care and I look forward to hearing from you.
Sandra Bruckner (
The Zocalo Today


BABYLON 5 Awards Your web site, "The Zocalo Today", has been chosen to receive the BABYLON 5 UK TOP FLIGHT award ! Your coverage of the J. Michael Straczynski universe of Babylon 5 and Crusade is top flight ! Late breaking news, books, merchandise, cast & crew tid bits and humor, The Zocalo Today seems to be a one stop fan resource.

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