Darlene Nichols, also known by the names Kamook, Ka-Mook, Kamook Nichols and Ka-Mook Nichols, is the name of a former AIM member and Native American protester. She is best known for her role in the American Indian Movement for organizing (and participating in) The Longest Walk, and for serving as a key material witness in United States v. Peltier and United States v. Looking Cloud that ultimately led to the conviction of several AIM members in the murders of Anna Mae Aquash and two FBI special agents.
KABOOM! is the debut studio album by the rock/chiptune band I Fight Dragons, released in 2011 by Photo Finish Records. When the band won their release from the record label, they started offering it for free on their site. This has, however, been replaced with the band's newest album, The Near Future (2014)
Kaboom was the name of a vitamin-fortified, circus -themed breakfast cereal produced by General Mills, which contained oat cereal bits shaped like smiling clown faces and marshmallow bears, lions, elephants, and stars. Its mascot was a smiling circus clown. It originated in 1969.
kaboom! Entertainment is a kids & family label of Phase 4 Films. Established in 2000, the label focuses on curating feature film content that includes Pac-Man, The Jungle Book, Mike the Knight, The Gruffalo, The Boxcar Children, The Wiggles, and Horrid Henry.