today continued his advocacy for charter change, saying recent positive economic developments and high foreign investors confidence provide further justification in removing restrictive economic provisions in the 1987 Constitution through cha-cha
Lisa Riley is dancing the tango/cha-cha
and her partner Robin will rip off her long tango skirt to reveal a shorter cheeky cha-cha
Move over Gwen Stefani and Lady Gaga, there's a new blond bombshell shaking up the status quo, and her name is Cha-Cha
& Zee Explore San Antonio is a children's picturebook following a charming pair of festively dressed penguin tourists as they explore the history, majesty, and landmark features of San Antonio, Texas.
and Zee are two sightseeing penguins who travel from their home in Washington, DC to the historic city of San Antonio.
They picnic on the planet Ouchypoo, where the cha-cha
fly makes its home.
& Zee are two twin penguins who have a taste for travel, exploration and discovery.
At my holiday dance, the DJ asked if anyone knew how to do the Cha-Cha
Back in the '50s, when it seemed half the pop tunes on the radio had "cha-cha
-cha" in the chores, choreographers knew Latin dancing was de rigueur in shows--a conga in Wonderful Town, a cha-cha
for Bells Are Ringing, a mambo for Damn Yankees.
The BAYAN (New Patriotic Alliance) claims that Estrada's Cha-Cha
poses "a threat to the democratic fights of the people" and warns that "human rights and civil liberties appear to be a target.
The duo (aka Cha-Cha
Connor and Nat Needles) have previously performed "salacious standards of romance and homicide" from the 1920s, '30s and '40s as well as their favorite blues and soul tunes.
Instead, it is a theatrical interpretation of dances such as the salsa, the merengue, and the cha-cha