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Weekend Poll Top Three: Fans Want to Go to Avenue Q with Rod, Christmas Eve & More

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first_imgThe sun is shining, it’s a lovely day, and the 10th anniversary of Avenue Q is only a few hours away! On July 31, the Tony-winning musical turns a decade old, and in honor of Avenue Q’s big birthday, we’ve been thinking about all of the fun friends we’ve met in the neighborhood. We asked you to vote for your favorite, from the very “special” Lucy the Slut to disgruntled superintendent Gary Coleman. Check out the results below! Show Closed This production ended its run on May 26, 2019 2. Christmas Eve – 13% Christmas Eve may be Japanese, but it doesn’t mean she isn’t at least “A Little Bit Racist” (come on, everyone is!). The aspiring therapist is also the resident relationship advisor on Avenue Q, and she offers lots of heartfelt advice about “ruv.” Whether she’s getting married to Brian in a wacky wedding dress or returning all of their wedding gifts for cash, Christmas Eve means business—and that’s why fans “ruv” her so much! 3. Kate Monster – 12% Kate Monster is a kindergarten teaching assistant with big dreams: She wants to open up a Montessori school for monsters. She doesn’t have the best luck in love, but sparks (and mix tapes) are definitely flying between Princeton and this down-to-earth lady. Where would the Avenue Q gang be without Kate Monster and her big heart? Related Showscenter_img View Comments 1. Rod — 14% Fans can’t get enough of Rod, the uptight Wall Street investment banker with a big secret. When he’s not trying to convince everyone in the neighborhood how much he loves “My Girlfriend Who Lives in Canada,” he’s listening to showtunes and secretly pining over his roommate Nicky. Rod goes through a transformation in Avenue Q and (spoiler alert!) finally comes out of the closet to his family and friends. His fans have clearly embraced Rod for who he is, and are proud that he’s finally living his life as a gay puppet. Avenue Qlast_img read more

Golf: Pagunsan rules Negros Occ. Classic

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first_imgJuvic Pangunsan raises his hands after winning the ICTSI Negros Occidental Classic on Saturday at the Negros Occidental Golf and Country Club course. ICTSI NEGRENSE Juvic Pangunsan showed poise and class in the playoff feet to clinch the victory in the ICTSI Negros Occidental Classic on Saturday at the Negros Occidental Golf and Country Club course.Dragged into a playoff by Jobim Carlos, Pagunsan struck a solid wedge shot from 60 yards to within 5 feet on the second extra hole and made the putt. He then watched Carlos muff his own birdie bid to clinch the crown.Pangunsan, a native of Murcia, Negros Occidental, closed out the three-day event with a 67 for a nine-under 271 total, which Carlos matched with a 68 on a birdie-par-birdie windup.“It was an inspiring win. That was my plan and because I made a great approach from 60 yards, it put more pressure on Jobim,” said Pagunsan, who came from an ACL injury. Pangunsan seemed headed to victory in regulation after shaking off Korean Kim Joo Hyung early and then going 2-up over Carlos with a clutch birdie on No. 14 coupled with Carlos’ bogey on the next.But Carlos refused to give up as he came through with that fiery windup to stun Pagunsan. But Pagunsan opted for a rather conservative play off the No. 1 tee, hacking out a superb approach shot then banging in the pressure-packed, title-clinching birdie putt.Jhonnel Ababa finished on third place at 273 after a 67, Zanieboy Gialon was on fourth with a 70 for fourth at 275 while the 16-year-old Kim limped with a three-over 73 and dropped to fifth at 277.Anthony Fernando rallied with a 67 to tie for sixth with American Pete Vilairatana and Elmer Salvador, who both carded 70s, and Elmer Salvador, who stumbled with a 71, at 278./PNlast_img read more