Richard Appel articles on Wikipedia
Richard Appel
The Cleveland Show. He was married to the writer Mona Simpson. Richard James Appel was born May 21, 1963 in New York City, to Nina (nee Schick) and
Mar 30th 2017



Andrew Appel
Andrew Wilson Appel (born 1960) is the Eugene Higgins Professor of computer science at Princeton University, New Jersey. He is especially well-known because
Feb 11th 2016



Appel (surname)
Reinhard Appel (1927–2011), German journalist and television presenter Richard Appel (born 1963), American television writer and producer Rolf Appel (1921–2012)
Jan 13th 2017



Alfred Appel
They had two children, Karen Oshman and television writer and producer Richard Appel. "Noted English Scholar, Author Alfred Appel Dies at Age 75". Northwestern
Apr 18th 2017



Marty Appel
Martin E. Appel (born August 7, 1948), is an American public relations and sports management executive, television executive producer, and author. Appel's
Mar 13th 2017



Conrad Appel
Conrad Henry Appel, III (born June 17, 1951), is a Metairie, Louisiana, businessman who since 2008 has been a Republican member of the Louisiana State
Mar 27th 2017



Appel Farm Arts and Music Festival
The Appel Farm Arts and Music Festival, is an annual one-day festival held the first Saturday in June at Appel Farm Arts and Music Center located near
Feb 5th 2017



Libby Appel
Libby Appel, born (1937-05-14) May 14, 1937 (age 79), served as the fourth artistic director of the Oregon Shakespeare Festival ("OSF") from 1995 to June
Oct 11th 2016



Marianne Appel
Marianne Appel (May 6, 1913 – September 26, 1988) was an American artist and a member of the Woodstock artists colony. She was also known under the professional
Oct 15th 2016



Richard C. Lee
Richard Charles Lee (March 12, 1916 – February 2, 2003) (sometimes called ""Mr. Urban America") was a Democrat and a longtime Mayor of New Haven (1954–70)
Feb 11th 2017



Richard Wagner (judge)
Richard R. Wagner (born April 2, 1957) is a Canadian judge sitting in the Supreme Court of Canada as one of the eight Puisne Justices. He previously sat
Jan 23rd 2017



Kruder & Dorfmeister
Kruder & Dorfmeister, named after members Peter Kruder and Richard Dorfmeister, is an Austrian duo, known for their trip hop/downtempo remixes of pop,
Oct 6th 2016



King of the Hill (season 4)
June 20, 2007. The showrunners for the season were Greg Daniels and Richard Appel. TV Listings for September 26, 1999 TV Listings for May 21, 2000
Jan 8th 2017



Raritan (journal)
Raritan is an influential literary and intellectual quarterly that publishes poetry, fiction and essays. The journal is based at Rutgers University in
Feb 25th 2017



Bart on the Road
with the boys stowed away inside the crate. The episode was written by Richard Appel, and directed by Swinton O. Scott III. The idea of a road trip was "so
Mar 18th 2017



The Two Mrs. Nahasapeemapetilons
network in the United States on November 16, 1997. It was written by Richard Appel and directed by Steven Dean Moore. The episode sees Apu Nahasapeemapetilon
Jan 18th 2017



Yankee Don
Yankee Don is a 1931 American western film directed by Noel M. Smith and starring Richard Talmadge, Lupita Tovar and Julian Rivero. Richard Talmadge
Sep 5th 2016



Richard A. Houghten
Richard A. Houghten is a heterocyclic organic chemist and founder of the journal Peptide Research, which was later merged with the International Journal
Mar 11th 2017



Fetus Farming Prohibition Act
Act The Fetus Farming Prohibition Act of 2006 (Pub.L. 109–242, 120 Stat. 570–571, enacted July 19, 2006) is an Act of the United States Congress that was sponsored
Jun 3rd 2015



Richard Schechner
Richard Schechner is a Professor University Professor and Professor of Performance Studies at the Tisch School of the Arts, New York University, and editor of TDR:
Feb 1st 2017



Jeffries Wyman
For his grandson the American molecular biologist and biophysicist, see Jeffries Wyman (biologist). Jeffries Wyman (August 11, 1814 – September 4
Jan 13th 2017



Bart After Dark
down. The episode was directed by Dominic Polcino and was written by Richard Appel. It won an Emmy Award for "Outstanding Music and Lyrics" for the song
Mar 18th 2017



Raconteur Theatre Company
Raconteur Theatre Company is a Columbus, Ohio theater formed in 2007 after the merger of two of the city's longstanding theater companies, Miscreant Productions
Jan 26th 2013



The White Black Sheep
The White Black Sheep is a 1926 American silent film produced by Inspiration Pictures and distributed by First National. it was directed by Sidney Olcott
Jul 1st 2016



The Pez Dispenser
Appel," an inside reference to comedy writer and Simpsons producer Richard Appel) with a drug problem. Jerry's friend developed a drug problem because
Mar 9th 2017



King of the Hill (season 5)
other seasons.[citation needed] The showrunner for the season was Richard Appel. Several of the show's original writers, such as Paul Lieberstein, left
Apr 2nd 2017



Xavier Review
The Xavier Review is a humanities journal published at Xavier University in Louisiana and the oldest American literary journal based at an historically
Sep 11th 2016



Mother Simpson
directed by David Silverman and was the first episode to be written by Richard Appel. Glenn Close makes her first of six guest appearances as Homer's mother
Apr 22nd 2017



King of the Hill (season 3)
September 26, 2006. The showrunners for the season were Greg Daniels and Richard Appel. The show was moved to a Tuesday night time slot this season, which
Feb 27th 2017



Time After Time
Time-After-Time-After-Time After Time may refer to: "Time-After-Time-After-Time After Time" (1947 song), a jazz standard written by Sammy Cahn and Jule Styne, also covered by many artists "Time
Mar 7th 2017



The Cimarron Review
The Cimarron Review is a major American literary journal published quarterly by the Oklahoma State University. It was founded in 1967, and its current
Nov 3rd 2016



Richard Quesnel
Richard Quesnel (born 1955) is a Canadian entrepreneur and mining engineer, currently president and chief executive officer of Colt Middle East,and a member
Mar 10th 2017



More Than Good Intentions
More Than Good Intentions: How a New Economics is Helping to Solve Global Poverty is a non-fiction book by Yale economist Dean Karlan and field researcher
Dec 16th 2016



Michigan Quarterly Review
The-Michigan-Quarterly-ReviewThe Michigan Quarterly Review is an American literary magazine founded in 1962 and published at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. The quarterly (known
Jan 12th 2017



When You Dish Upon a Star
new friendship with them. It was the last Simpsons episode written by Richard Appel, and was directed by Pete Michels. Bart and Lisa persuade their parents
Mar 30th 2017



StoryQuarterly
StoryQuarterly is an American literary journal based at Rutgers-UniversityRutgers University–Camden in Camden, New Jersey. It was founded in 1975 by Tom Bracken, F.R. Katz
Oct 12th 2016



Inkwell (journal)
Inkwell is a literary journal published by Manhattanville College in Purchase, New York. First published in 1995. The journal publishes short stories,
Apr 9th 2017



Hampus Hellekant
Karl Helge Hampus Hellekant, later Karl Svensson (born January 30, 1976 in Danderyd, Stockholm County), is a Swedish neo-Nazi who was sentenced to 11 years
Apr 9th 2017



Jonathan Collier
the Iconoclast" "22 Short Films About Springfield" (co-writer with Richard Appel, David X. Cohen, Matt Groening, Jennifer Crittenden, Greg Daniels, Brent
Apr 21st 2017



Witness to the Mob
Witness to the Mob is a made-for-TV film which premiered on Sunday May 10, through Monday May 11, 1998. Based on a true story, the film follows the rise
Jan 22nd 2017



Mona Simpson
In 1994, Simpson returned to Los Angeles area with her then-husband, Richard Appel. In 2001, Simpson started teaching creative writing at UCLA; she also
Apr 4th 2017



Beware of Dog (TV series)
Beware of Dog is the first situation comedy to be presented by the U.S. cable television channel Animal Planet. While it had two episodes broadcast consecutively
Feb 14th 2017



Apple (disambiguation)
The apple is the pomaceous edible fruit of a temperate-zone deciduous tree. Apple, apples or APPLE may also refer to: Malus, the genus of all apples
Apr 13th 2017



The Royal Treatment (album)
The Royal Treatment is the sixth studio album by Billy Joe Royal, which was released in 1987. Three singles from this album charted on the Country Singles
Feb 13th 2017



The Secret War of Lisa Simpson
to attend as well. It was directed by Mike B. Anderson, written by Richard Appel and featured Willem Dafoe in a guest spot as the school's commandant
Mar 29th 2017



History of the New York Yankees
The history of the New York Yankees Major League Baseball (MLB) team spans more than a century. Frank J. Farrell and William Stephen Devery bought the
Apr 9th 2017



Southern Indiana Review
Southern Indiana Review is a literary magazine produced at the University of Southern Indiana since 1994. The journal is known for its Mary C. Mohr Awards
Nov 1st 2015



Mona Simpson (The Simpsons)
the sound barrier to impress her. The character is named after writer Richard Appel's ex-wife, the American author Mona Simpson. The inspiration for the
Mar 25th 2017



The Bartered Bride (1932 film)
The Bartered Bride (German: Die verkaufte Braut) is a 1932 German film directed by Max Ophüls and based on the comic opera of the same name by Czech composer
Mar 10th 2017



Windermere, Ascot
Windermere is a heritage-listed villa at 14 Sutherland Avenue, Ascot, Queensland, Australia. It was built from c. 1886 to 1930s. It was added to the Queensland
Jan 8th 2017





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