cajon

cajon

(kæˈhəʊn; Spanish kaˈxon)
n
(Instruments) a Peruvian wooden box used as a drum and played with the hands
[C20: from Spanish, literally: crate]
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El Cajon officials are being scorned after at least a dozen people, including a 14-year-old, were arrested and given misdemeanor citations Sunday at Wells Park after they gave food to the homeless.
A non-mandatory meeting will be held on october 17 2017 at el cajon hall, fifth floor conference room, 200 civic way, el cajon, ca 92020.
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Two people were arrested during protests in El Cajon in California on Thursday following the fatal shooting of a black man by a police officer.
L'homme, qui aurait souffert de troubles mentaux, a ete formellement identifie par la police comme Alfred Olango, age de 38 ans et resident d'El Cajon, a environ 20 kilometres de San Diego.
El Cajon police responded to a 911 call on Tuesday regarding an African-American man in his 30s who reportedly was behaving "erratically" behind a restaurant, police said.
TAP) - A brush fire exploded out of control on Tuesday in the Cajon Pass, scorching 18,000 acres as walls of flame forced more than 82,000 people to evacuate and destroyed an unknown number of homes in several rural San Bernardino County communities.
This year Christine Knoke, Director of Exhibitions and Chief Curator at the Mingei International Museum, will judge the event, taking place at Sophie's Gallery in El Cajon.
She was a 1982 graduate of El Cajon Valley High School.
El Cajon has quite a few cracks, it is not as big a problem in terms of leaks, but for the safety of the dam, technically it has to be done.
Summary: Peruvian musicians get together to break cajon drum record.