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New York Pizza - Bronx Bar Owner/Operator/Designer Designer: Updated the original NYP logo and identity, designed Bronx Bar identity, all collateral including menu, letterhead, business cards and t-shirts for both, planned and executed redesign of interior spaces. Copywriting Owner/Operator: Handled all aspects of bar/restaurant management including hiring and firing, scheduling, organization and ordering.

 Pizza By The Slice



 Appetizers

Slice of cheese ...................................................... $2.25 (tomato sauce & cheese)

Pizza toppings for slices are ...................................... $ .55 (Please limit your choice to 3 toppings per slice)

 Pizza By The Pie 10" S

Baked Feta ....................................................$7.95 Buffalo Wings ................................................$7.95



12" M

Snooie Bread: 14" L

Toppings ....... $1.25 ............ $1.50 ..........$1.75.......... $1.95 Sauce Choices:

Red: homemade tomato sauce White: olive oil Butter: basted with a garlic butter sauce

Toppings:

Anchovies Artichokes* Black Olives Canadian Bacon Chicken* Feta Cheese Roma Tomatoes Green Peppers Italian Sausage

10" S

Small muffaletta bun topped with melted swiss ......... and mozzrella, tomatoes & oregano

Garlic Bread:

w/cheese .............................. $6.95 w/cheese .............................. $3.95



 Salads

Small ................................... $4.95 Large ................................... $7.95 Add Chicken to any salad: Large................................... $3.00

*Counts as 2 toppings

Small .................................. $2.00

 14" L

Whole .................................. $4.95 Half ..................................... $2.95

Jalapenos Meatballs* Minced Garlic Mushrooms Pepperoni Pineapple Red Onions Spinach

12" M

Whole .................................. $5.95 Half ..................................... $3.45

16" XL

Cheese ......... $7.95 ........... $10.95 ........ $12.95......... $15.95

 Specialty Pizzas

House:

Iceberg lettuce, Cucumbers, Sliced roma tomatoes, Carrots, Celery, Home made croutons & Homemade vinaigrette Herbal dressing

16" XL Long Island:

Pepperoni, Canadian bacon, Onions, Mushrooms, Black olives, Green peppers, Italian sausage, Minced garlic , (Anchovies & Jalapenos by request)

Iceberg lettuce, Cucumbers, Bacon bits, Parmesan cheese, Home made croutons w/ranch dressing

Times Square:

Super Big Apple .....$18.15 ........... $23.45 ........ $27.45......... $32.45

Romaine lettuce, Black olives, Fresh mushrooms, Feta cheese, Croutons, Greek vinegarette

K&G:

Our home made olive salad served on a bed of iceberg lettuce

Vegetarian ...$13.65 ........... $17.75 ........ $20.95......... $24.75

Caesar:

Romaine lettuce, Paremasan, Croutons,

Super Vegetarian ...$16.35 ........... $21.15 ........ $24.85......... $29.35

Spinach:

Hawaiian .....$11.85 ........... $15.45 ........ $18.35......... $21.65

Dressings:

Big Apple .....$15.95 ........... $20.55 ........ $24.15......... $28.55

Big Apple plus Spinach & Artichokes Onions, Mushrooms, Black olives, Green peppers, Minced Garlic

Ceasar dressing

Canadian bacon & Pineapple

Spinach .......$12.75 ........... $16.55 ........ $19.65......... $23.15

Bleu cheese, Buttermilk ranch, Ceasar, Greek, Honey mustard, Italian

 Entrees

Fresh spinach, Onions, Feta cheese

Bronx..........$14.15 ........... $18.25 ........ $21.25......... $25.45

Spinach, Paresan cheese, Boiled egg, Bacon bits, Dressing of your choice

Vegetarian plus Spinach & Artichoke

Meatballs & Pasta ......................................... $11.99

Brooklyn BBQ ...........$14.55 ........... $18.85 ........ $22.25......... $26.25

Sausage & Pasta .......................................... $11.99

Queens .......$15.00 ........... $19.45 ........ $22.85......... $27.05

Lasagna ..................................................... $11.99 Entrees are served with a small Italian twist bread & a small house salad.

Olive oil base topped with Spinach, Mozzarella cheese, Mushrooms, Artichokes & Feta cheese



 Beverages

 Calzones



Traditional ....................................................$7.95 Tomato Sauce, Genoa salami, Mozzarella & Ricotta cheese

Sprite, Coke, Diet Coke, Barq’s Root Beer, Dr. Pepper, Abita Root Beer, Poweraide, Specialty ....................................... $1.50 Private Label Bottled Water ...................................... $1.00 Coffee ................... $0.75 Tea ...................... $1.50

Calzones served with small house salad

Domestic Prem. Dom. Import Pre. Imp Bottle Beer .... $2.25 ............ $2.75 ..........$3.00.......... $4.00 Beer on Tap ... $3.00 ............ $3.50 ..........$4.00.......... $5.00 Pitcher ........$10.00 ........... $12.00 ........ $14.00......... $18.00

Whole .................. $10.95

Half ................. $6.95

Xtra Olive Salad Whole .................. $2.00

Half ................. $1.00

Wine: Walnut Crest Pinot Grigio, Italy Glass ................... $5.00 Bottle ..................... $20.00 Greg Norman Chardonnay, Santa Barbara Glass ................... $7.00 Bottle ..................... $28.00 Sartori Pino Noir, Italy Glass ................... $5.00 Bottle ..................... $20.00 StoneCap Estate Cabernet Sauvignon, Columbia Valley Glass ................... $7.00 Bottle ..................... $28.00

Personalized Cheese ........................................$7.95 Tomato sauce, Mozzarella & any pizza toppings of your choice

Pizza toppings for calzones ......................... $1.25 each

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Pepperoni, Canadian bacon, Italian sausage, Meatballs

Onions & Boneless chicken marinated in a BBQ sauce

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Capellini Marinara ......................................... $3.95


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• Ashley shows how to wear tie-dye! This sheer blouse, $50 and turquoise wire-wrapped accessories, $25-$90 can be found at Cera Bella, 985-626-6288.

Spring trends handpicked by Fashion Editor Patty Beal of Closetopia, a wardrobe consulting service. She can be reached at 985-502-6673.

• Christine in romantic, soft pastels. Sheer tie-front tank, $48 can be found at Brown Eyed Girl, 985-626-0100. Seafoam green beaded hoops, $74 from The Villa, 985-626-9797. Bracelet trio, $40 each, from Cera Bella, 985-626-6288.

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Sophisticated Woman | June 2013

THE LATEST TREND is a peek-a-boo blend of lightweight textiles that are cool, comfortable and chic—perfect for the summer season. Worn as an accessory overlay to tanks or camis, sheer clothing is a must have for your wardrobe.

• Zigzag it over any color tank or cami like Caroline. Sheer, open back tank, $34 from Mainstream Boutique, 985-674-6600. • Hot, hot, hot pink! Ashley in this sheer embroidery-trimmed tank, $46 from Brown Eyed Girl, 985-626-0100. • Christine looks just as good going as she does coming! This 100 percent silk and sheer tunic, $126 from The Villa, 985-626-9797. *Items shown are subject to availability.

•Caroline is a cut above! Sheer, coral cutaway top, $36 from Columbia Street Mercantile, 985-809-1690. Cluster ring, $19 from Shoeffle, 985-898-6465.

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30 Years of Sophisticated Woman Magazine | 15 Januar y 20

In celebration of our 30th anniversary, we want to take you on a trip down memory lane. Join us as we commemorate three decades of publication with a look back at the local businesses, Enterprising Women, magazine re-designs, fashion fads and long-time contributors that have made Sophisticated Woman Magazine your local lifestyle publication for the past 30 years!

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Enterprising Woman

Candice L. Knight, M.D. Knight Integrative Medicine

8th Annual Health & Fitness Issue! Keys to Achieving Your Wellness Goals Fashion on the Go Studio to Street Style Outdoor Living A Mandeville Retreat

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Who will be Enterprising Woman of the Year?

Our First Re-Design:

Sophisticated Shopper becomes Sophisticated Shopping.

Complete with a logo change and updated, more modern covers.

Bridal Styles for the new millenium.

Cell Phones were all the rage, as demonstrated by our Enterprising Women Jodi Bridges and Melissa Herberger of Bridgecom.

First Northshore’s Best is published.

Sophisticated Woman asks its

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Sophisticated Shopper is started by Barbara Brocato and Dave Howell. Originally begins as a mailer for a more upscale or “sophisticated” version of the penny shopper. Covers are a throwback to Victorian times made from two-tone woodcuts.

One advertising gimmick features ads with paper doll clothing, illustrated by Barbara. Kids can cut out the clothes and pick the dolls (and matching clothing) up at the store.

Barbara illustrates everything by hand from ads to editorial.

Our First Enterprising Women, Ann Jemison and Angele Darling of Coffee Rani, grace the cover of the newly minted

Sophisticated Shopper is bought by Joanne Gallinghouse. “When we acquired Sophisticated Shopper, it was just that—a shopper. We set out to evolve the shopper into what it has become today—a premiere magazine still geared primarily to women who, as we all know, continue to be influential in making purchase decisions on everything from autos to health care for themselves and their families.”

Sophisticated Woman Magazine in the

March-April issue. This is our first fullcolor, full-fledged magazine, complete with fashion features and lifestyle articles.

Hurricane Katrina hits the Gulf Coast. Sophisticated Woman misses publication for the only month in our history in September, 2015. Joanne Gallinghouse recalls, “The September issue was finished and at the printer, but there was no way to mail it or get it out to the public. We lost that issue completely and went forward with an October issue. It was important to address the loss and rebirth our area was experiencing and to get our advertisers in front of their audience to let people know they were back and open for business as soon as possible.”

Sophisticated

Woman gets a more modern look and switches to a smaller magazine layout.

Sophisticated

Woman gets a streamlined new logo.

Moving into the 21st century, Sophisticated

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OUR BEAUTY EXPERTS have weighed in on the latest makeup trends for spring and into the summer. The results? Soft fresh faces with dewy complexions, natural rosy cheeks and full, wispy brows. Additionally, you can add pops of color in shades of berry for the lips or a touch of vibrant blue to accent the eye (choose one, not both!)

Spring Makeup Trends

“A great trend for spring is to use a shade of lipstick like sheer peony and then a brighter gloss like fire poppy in the center of your lip. It will blend together and create an interesting ombré effect.” –Stephanie Zeller, Paris Parker Salon and Spa

“One way to achieve that natural dewy look is to use tinted moisturizer and brush a little bit of highlighter on the cheekbones, the inner corners of your eyes and your brow bone for a subtle, luminous glow.” –Natalie Cogan, About Face of Mandeville

Products from top left: brow definer in soft taupe; gel liner in black caviar; beauty blender; contour pallet; lipstick in hot tamale; lipstick in stripped; lipstick in instant wow; lip gloss in upgrade; bareMinerals queen phyllis highlighter. All products available at About Face of Mandeville, 985-727-1887.

Products from top left: lipstick in wild fuchsia; rose blossom blush and bronze glow bronzer; lip gloss in pink hibiscus; eyeliner in tidepool; eye shadow in plumeria and indigo sky; lip liner in dragon fruit; lipstick in sheer peony; lip gloss in fire poppy. All products available at Paris Parker Salon and Spa, 985-845-4404.

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Woman asks its readers to cast votes on their favorite local businesses in many different categories.

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Our advertisers show off the latest fashion looks.

A Building of Our Own: G&A Publishing moves out of the Holiday Square Business complex and into a brand new building with a bit more room for expansion, built by Joanne’s Father, Edward Jemison, in the middle of Covington on 21st Avenue.

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Graphic Design and Staff Photography. All aspects of magazine design using InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop and Acrobat, staff photography and on-location photo shoots, page creation, pdf management and upload to printer. Updated web site back end using Wordpress for SW and Gallinghouse. Designed web email campaigns using Mailchimp.

Coastal Film & Pack, Mandeville, LA - 2007/Present, Freelance

Plastic bag design for food items printed using the flexographic printing process. Using Illustrator to create files suitable for color separation printing.

Dispatch Photo, Headquarters in Dallas, TX - 2011/2012

Member of North American Dispatch Photographers Network from April 2011/2012 A network of independent photographers that provide quick response on-site photography services.

Bronx Bar/New York Pizza Bar and Restaurant, New Orleans, LA - 2009/2010 Owner/Operator. Design of Bronx Bar logo and identity, updated New York Pizza logo and identity and designed menus and all print material for both. Managed all aspects of restaurant/bar ownership.

Home Ideas Mag/ The Real Estate Book, Mandeville, LA - 2008/2009

Designed Home Ideas Mag and identity including: cover design, page design, business cards and banners. Designed pages for The Real Estate Book using Photoshop, Illustrator and Quark while collaborating with clients on their individual page designs, managed upload for printing.

The Occasional Wife, New Orleans, LA - 2005/2008, Freelance

Created identity including logo design, print ads, business cards, web page design and collateral products such as aprons and dry erase boards.

Black Cat Creations, Houston, TX - 2005/Present, Freelance

Pattern fronts for quilt patterns, print ads for trade publications and web e-mail campaigns. ­

REEDesign, LLC, Washougal, WA - 2005/2007 - Freelance

Design assistant on projects such as logos, print ads, promo items and brochures, created interactive .pdfs, assisted on photo shoots, general office organization and support.

AIGA New Orleans

Programming Director (2006) Communications Director (2007) Plan, coordinate & oversee programming activities, design and send out e-news, e-blasts, and press releases for non-profit professional design organization with 250 members, working closely with the Board of Directors.

Education 1979

Delgado Community College, New Orleans, LA Associate of Arts in Commercial Art 2001-2004

Delgado Community College, New Orleans, LA

Continued studies, Computer Graphics I, II, III, IV, Digital Imaging, and Web Design on the Mac

Skills Adobe Creative Suite - InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop - Mac & PC


Claire Thomas designs

19170 Antenor St. Mandeville, LA 70471 H•985•276•4242 C•985•630•3793

claire@clairedthomas.com

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