Today is Star Wars Day, a festive occasion where George Lucas fans everywhere share their favorite pun, "May the Fourth be with you." While trilogy devotees are dressing up as Sith Lords and C-3POs, the more, erm, modest followers might be looking for

So it was with great pleasure (and no little surprise) that this morning, 4th of May, 2013, we received our first update from Blackburn, who, after just a few days of acclimating to the local conditions, has already confirmed the continued presence of

Early May? Check. "Star Wars" obsession? Check and re-check. That's right, it's the fourth day in May — which in recent years has come to be known as an unofficial "Star Wars" holiday, as in "May the Fourth be with you," a play on "May the Force be

May 4, is unofficially known as Star Wars Day seemingly for the lone reason that it presents an opportunity for people to tell one another, "May the Fourth be with you." But fans of the George Lucas films are also using the day as an excuse to break

Early May? Check. "Star Wars" obsession? Check and re-check. That's right, it's the fourth day in May — which in recent years has come to be known as an unofficial "Star Wars" holiday, as in "May the Fourth be with you," a play on "May the Force be