Kathy Coleman
American actor
Kathy Coleman
Kathy Coleman is a former American child actress who is known for playing Holly Marshall in the children's TV show Land of the Lost, a cult favorite. She has not acted for many years, but contributed interviews and commentary tracks on all three seasons of the-now-discontinued Land of the Lost DVDs produced by Rhino in 2004 (the commentaries were not included in the 2009 Land of the Lost DVD box set.).
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Cathy Colman: Cathy Colman on the ImageBlog
Huffington Post - over 3 years
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Cathy Colman: Cathy Colman on the ImageBlog
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Thousands Without Power After Deadly Storm Hits Southeast
Huffington Post - almost 4 years
SHUQUALAK, Miss. (AP) — A powerful spring storm unleashed tornadoes, hail and high winds as it swept through the Midwest into the Deep South, leaving three people dead and thousands without power before heading for the Carolinas early Friday. The storm marched from Louisiana to Georgia on Thursday, killing one person in Mississippi, where a twister was spotted. A tornado also was reported in southeastern Tennessee, prompting authorities to declare a state of emergency. Two people have been killed in the Midwest as a result of the storms: A utility worker in Missouri was electrocuted while helping to repair damaged power lines, and a woman in the Nebraska Panhandle died when she tried to trudge through a blinding snowstorm from her disabled car to her house a mile away. While tornado watches for the Atlanta area had been lifted by early Friday, they remained in effect for parts of the Carolinas. In Georgia, the wor ...
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Severe Storms Hit Midwest With Snow, Ice, Winds
Huffington Post - almost 4 years
SHUQUALAK, Miss. — A strong spring storm that socked the Midwest with ice and heavy, wet snow made its way east, raking the South with tornadoes Thursday, with three deaths blamed on the rough weather and thousands of people without power. Mississippi Emergency Management Agency spokesman Greg Flynn said Thursday one person died and several people were injured after a reported tornado struck Kemper County in the far-eastern part of the state. At Contract Fabricators Inc. in Kemper County, where authorities said one person died and another was injured, bent pieces of tin hung from the heavily damaged building. A tractor trailer was twisted and overturned. Debris from the business was strewn through the woods across the street. Tabatha Lott, a dispatcher in Noxubee County, said there were "numerous reports of injuries" in the town of Shuqualak, though it wasn't immediately clear how many. Flynn also said there are reports of damaged buildings and many power outag ...
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WATCH: Mom Catches Caretaker Abusing Autistic Son
Huffington Post - almost 4 years
When mother Kathy Coleman noticed bruises on Cameron, her 31-year-old nonverbal son with autism, she was puzzled. Cameron, who has the mental capacity of a three-year-old, couldn't tell her how he got them, but he did show signs of being afraid of his caretakers from Jay Nolan Community Services, a non-profit disability services organization based in Mission Hills, Calif. She approached the non-profit's managers to discuss Cameron's injuries, but Coleman was rebuffed. That's when she took matters into her own hands by installing hidden video cameras in her son's room. What she found confirmed her worst fears. The footage showed Cameron's caretakers repeatedly kicking and hitting him. One caretaker even spit on him and pointed a pellet gun in his face. CBS2 broke the news about the alleged abuse Cameron suffered. In an interview with CBS2 (video above), Coleman agonized over what she could have done to prevent the abuse her son suffered. “I ask God is there a wa ...
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ARTCRAWL and Spoken Word Celebration tonight
Roanoke.com - over 4 years
Description: Writers Reading at Cafe de Bangkok 4:30-7pm Readers Schedule: 4:30 Beth Wellington, activist poetry 4:45 Michael Abraham, fiction from his new book, Providence, VA 5: 00 Elias Simpson, VT MFA 2012, poetry 5:15 Elizabeth McCommon, wise woman, actress, essay 5:30 George Norton, ag economist, essays on 3rd world poverty 5:45 Anna Hawthorne, humorous essay 6:00 Chelsea Adams, poetry 6:15 Kathy Coleman, coal region storyteller, and former storytelling ambassador to China ArtCrawl with Scavenger Hunt, 5-8pm Participating Galleries include: Bollo’s Gallery- Work by George Wills CAIO- work by members of the BRAA Capone’s Fine Jewelers – works of art by the former director of The School of the Visual Arts, Truman Capone and custom made jewelry Eucalyptus Massage Center Gallery featuring work by Knic Umstead Gallery at Mish Mish Gillie’s Gallery John’s Camera Corner- OLD Blacksburg Photos, Pictures by Earl Palmer, and Blacksburg Postcards Kent Jewelers – Work by Serjo, world renowne ...
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Springs Firefighter Honored for Saving a Life
East Hampton Patch - almost 5 years
Michael Benton was on garbage detail at the annual Springs Fire Department Prime Rib Dinner fundraiser in June when a woman began to choke. Benton, an emergency medical technician and volunteer firefighter, was quick to take action. He performed the Heimlich Maneuver, clearing the woman's airway and saving her life. She was even able to carry on with her meal. At the annual inspection dinner at East Hampton Point on Saturday night, Springs Fire chiefs honored Benton with the Firefighter of the Year Award for 2011. Also, First Lieutenant Karen Haab, an advanced emergency medical technician, was recognized as Emergency Medical Service Personnel of the Year, and Lt. Darren Downs received the Officer of the Year Award. The ambulance crew also won Unit of the Year. Chief John Claflin said Benton was an easy choice for the annual award for exemplary service and heroism. "He asked her if she was choking, she nodded. He got behind her, did the Heimlich Maneuver, she was back breath ...
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Land Of The Lost, “Album” - A.V. Club Chicago
Google News - over 5 years
In “Album,” Holly (Kathy Coleman) discovers that some creature has been “chewin' on our food while we sleep,” and takes her cues from old adventure movies. She constructs a trap, which fails because she doesn't secure the food supply before she lays
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Kathy Coleman Day: Angel of Allied Gardens, July 28, 2011 - Mission Times Courier
Google News - over 5 years
Councilmember Marti Emerald presented Kathy Coleman, Manager of Brothers Restaurant in Allied Gardens, with a proclamation on Jul. 28 in honor of her selfless dedication to the community. Coleman was joined by her family, members of the Allied Gardens
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Pipeline won't be figured into county's budget - Clay Center Dispatch
Google News - over 5 years
Kathy Coleman, Twin Valley Telephone, contacted the Board by telephone to request permission to use the Court House Square on Aug. 19. Commissioners granted permission. - Lori Feldkamp, Big Lakes, presented commissioners the 2012 budget
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Mother-Son Duo Compete in Olympic Weightlifting - Patch.com
Google News - almost 6 years
The Yard boasts many athletes on their team that are nationally ranked in their weight classes, but their most unique member is the only female on their team, Indian Wells resident Kathy Coleman. It was not till the beginning of March 2011 that she was
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Woman makes art more accessible for all - Catholic Sentinel
Google News - almost 6 years
She worked as an assistant to Kathy Coleman, artistic director of the Disability Art and Culture Project to promote and launch the 2010 Disability Pride and Art Culture Festival. A family friend for more than a decade, Pam McFarlin said Miller has
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Softball powerhouse to speak at service - Topeka Capital Journal
Google News - almost 6 years
lunch will be held at 11:30 am Thursday at the Capitol Plaza Hotel, 1717 SW Topeka Blvd. Former flight attendant Kathy Coleman will be the speaker, with music by the Topeka West Choraliers. The cost for the lunch is $13
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BUY OF THE WEEK/SCARSDALE, N.Y.
NYTimes - over 8 years
Address: 18 Magnolia Road, Scarsdale, N.Y. The Property: A three-story 3,000-square-foot raised ranch on 0.23 acres. Built in 1966 in the Quaker Ridge section of town, the house has five bedrooms, four bathrooms, an eat-in kitchen, two family rooms and an attached two-car garage. Taxes are $25,666 a year. Why It's a Buy: This home needs updating,
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Ground Rules; Renting Out Your House
NYTimes - over 10 years
JOYCE AND ERIC PETERSEN started renting out their house in Westport, Conn., about four years ago when they realized that they didn't need to be rooted to one place anymore. Since then, life and family have taken them to Colorado, to Alaska and most recently to California for months at a time. But the Petersens, who are both 61, love their Westport
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Back to When Kids Were Kids
NYTimes - over 12 years
THERE was a time, at least in the misty land of memory, when there was a clear line of demarcation between the last day of school and the first day of summer vacation. Walking out of the schoolhouse door, a child felt that moment of liberation from the social and academic pressures of school as keenly as a convict released from jail. Summer was the
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Camp, Shmamp. I'd Rather Play With the Fireflies.
NYTimes - over 12 years
THERE was a time, at least in the misty land of memory, when a clear line of demarcation existed between the last day of school and the first day of summer vacation. Walking out of the schoolhouse door, clutching the raggedy contents of his or her desk, a child felt that moment of liberation from school pressures -- both social and academic -- as
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TELEVISION: RERUNS; The Evil Geniuses of Kiddie Schlock
NYTimes - about 13 years
Have you ever thought you liked a terrible song just because you remembered it, mistaking mere recollection for actual nostalgia? That's the way it is for me and ''H. R. Pufnstuf.'' I thought I had fond memories of the show until I had a chance to see it again, to hear the shrieks of an angry Witchie-Poo (the actress Billie Hayes in a ketchup-red
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