Charles Apple joined The Spokesman-Review in 2019 as a design editor. He designs features pages and weekly Further Review pages that covers subjects such as the history of comics, William Shatner, Tiger Woods, autism spectrum disorder and even how to get your Spokesman-Review aboard the International Space Station. Apple has worked for papers across the nation, large and small. He is considered an informational graphics guru, winning countless international awards and his work consulting and training newsrooms around the world.
What does it take to portray a strange visitor from another planet who came to Earth with powers and abilities far beyond those of mortal men? Like all fictional characters, Superman has had to change with the times.
At the 93rd annual Academy Awards ceremony last month, Frances McDormand earned her third Oscar for Best Actress. That puts her one behind the all-time champion for winning that category, Katharine Hepburn.
Forty years ago today, Bob Marley died of a rare form of melanoma. He was 36 years old. July 3 will be the 50th anniversary of the death of Jim Morrison (age 27), and July 16 will be the 30th anniversary of the death of Harry Chapin (age 38).
"The clock has started." Those were the words Alan Shepard used 60 years ago Wednesday to note his cockpit timepiece had begun running. This meant his Redstone rocket booster had left the ground sending him and his one-man Mercury spacecraft for America’s first trip into space.