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Joss has also had enquiries from would-be franchisees as far afield as Newcastle and Maidstone - raising hopes that Go-Go Gaggia can go national.
Go-Go Dog Pals is also expanding its service area by offering International Shipping services to Mexico and Canada.
Due to Brown and his deep, gravelly voice, go-go music was uniquely identified with Washington.
Starters at Moules a go-go embrace salads, goats'' cheese bruschetta, and fresh steamed Anglesey mussels served in four different ways - marinara, with garlic, onion, celery and white wine; classic with garlic, onion, celery, white wine and cream; with green Thai sauce, and with chorizo and a tomato provenal sauce.
San Francisco's fourteen-member Devil-Ettes delivered snappy combinations of go-go steps--the mashed potato, the jerk, and the swim--in Busby Berkeley-like formations.
Maritime commissioned Team a go-go to furnish their show apartment at Preston Point and were so impressed they decided to make a more permanent partnership with the award winning design firm.
And although she intends to wow audiences with her go-go dancing, she won't follow Goldie Hawn's film example by having a stripper's pole in her bedroom.
The second is a large pale blue box with a string of lightbulbs; it served as a platform for a go-go dancer who performed on it for five minutes a day while listening to a Walkman and dressed in a silver-lame bathing suit and sneakers.
En un antro aledano a la Glorieta del Metro Insurgentes, Enrique Pineda, creador del taquillazo llamado Aventurera, original de Carlos Olmos, monto A Go-go, espectaculo que, como su nombre indica, remonta a los viejos tiempos sesenteros del ritmo rocanrolero y las chicas enjauladas, de los rebeldes (?
From the rousing Any Dream Will Do, Jacob and Sons and Go, Go, Joseph, with the cast go-go dancing in 80s day-glo outfits, the show goes from strength to strength.