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Summit Media Job Openings: March 2011

EDITORIAL

SENIOR STAFFWRITERS – [2] YES!
Must be 25-35 y/o and has a Bachelor’s Degree in Mass Communication, Management, or any related field
At least a year of related work experience preferably gained in a publishing industry.
Able to write, edit, and think creatively and independently;
A self-starter and can conceptualize new ideas on a constant basis
Able to communicate well with confidence.
Detail oriented, focused, and has a knack on meeting deadlines without sacrificing the quality of work to be done.
Hard working, patient, and organized, very resourceful and high-spirited.

BEAUTY EDITOR – OK!
At least a Bachelor's/College Degree in Editing & Publication, Mass Communications, Advertising/Media or equivalent.
At least 2 years of related working experience.
Excellent oral and written communication skills.
Very interested and well-versed in beauty topics.
Loves topics involving women issues.
A team player, very organized and focused on deadlines.
Will…

Thanks to Bed

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Better late than never. I'd like to extend thanks to Nikky Nicandro and the management of Bed Bar in Malate for allowing me and my friend to sell tickets within their territorial waters. Bed has been helping us promote the Feb 26 evening and March 13 matinee shows of the Zaturnnah musical, and I was lucky enough to check out the place without paying a dime. It was an early weeknight, so there wasn't so much of a crowd.

If you've the time, do check out Bed and their swanky new interiors. I hear Saturday nights can get really exciting, at least, depending on which side of the fence you're on.

Anyway, if you still wanna catch this Sunday matinee's performance of the Zaturnnah musical, do contact my work-a-diva-holic friend Jam. Her contact details are at the bottom of this webpage: http://bit.ly/zaturnnah2011.

Darna Lives!

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They say that sometimes a little means a lot. Two of our local comics masters give this adage a ton of truth with their short piece of fan fiction featuring no less than the Philippines' most enduring superhero, Darna. Gerry Alanguilan and Arnold Arre make a lovely pair, bringing to the fore the beauty and power that Pinoy comics can possess. Do check out their masterwork at the Darna Lives! blog.


I just have to say that I wasn't too thrilled with Arnold's work in Martial Law Babies. But my admiration for his art has shot up the scale with this new piece, especially with the gorgeous colors. A part of me was expecting the images to move--they have this quality that's perfect for animation. There's obviously a lot of love here.

Too bad the "story" is a mere introduction--they could only post eight pages. This deserves publication and wide circulation.

Join Good Housekeeping's Family Fun Run!

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Join Good Housekeeping's Family Fun Run for 2011 at the Manila Ocean Park on April 3. Call time is at 5:30 AM. Categories include the following:
100 meter dash - kids 6 years old and below1k run with obstacles (pair) - dog and human 3k run with obstacles (pair) - family run5k run - open categoryRegistration fee is P200 per head for all categories and P50 per dog. Children below three years old can register for free.

Ready to join the fun? You can sign up from March 5 to March 28 at the Summit Media Office from 10:00 AM-6:00 PM on weekdays or at R.O.X. from 1:00 PM-9:00 PM on weekends and weekdays.

The Summit Media Office is located at 7th floor, Robinsons Cybergate Tower 3, Pioneer St., Mandaluyong City. R.O.X. is located at Bonifacio High Street, B1 ROX Building, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig.

Text from FemaleNetwork.com. Poster illustration and event logo by me. :-D

Good Housekeeping: March 2011

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Our March 2011 Bakasyon Special is packed with tips, tricks, advice, and special features! Pick up a copy and learn:

• 12 activities kids can do over the 12 weekends of summer. Internet not required! • how to spruce up your homes with summery touches • over 20 easy dishes, including 7 celebrity recipes • how to raise a street-smart kid • the basics of insurance • and lots more! PLUS: Find out how you can win a P150,000 kitchen makeover!

Grab a copy of Good Housekeeping at magazine stands now! Only P100!

Savoring a scrumptuous plate of Janice de Belen's Garlic Prawns, a simple dish with to-die-for flavor. [Photo by Ocs Alvarez]