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Coasting : Issue 3 2009
Index Joshua Horner: Dancing from Wyong to Broadway Short Stack: Local band’s stunning internet assault In the line of fire: Colourful fun at Paintball Pete’s So, you call yourself a local: Take our quick quiz Slam ball: Fitness for cricket’s fast bowlers Slow Down Honey: Pop purveyors and proud Drab to fab: Hair artists work their magic Commuting truths: A guide for rail users Welcome to Dave’s Domain: A very handy man Green envy: A greenkeeper’s top tips for home lawns Down, boy: How to control a jumpy pooch Chocolate mousse torte: A dessert to die for Big boys’ toys: For cricket, golf, cycling and more Spring attitude: Fashion spread It’s a living: Graphic designer a sign of the times By George he could play: League legend remembered On the menu: Dining guide and restaurant profiles Sounds different: Country, rock and hard-hitting blues For the diary: Upcoming gigs, events and attractions Reader competition: Win dinner for two at Edgewater Restaurant, The Entrance 4 6 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 16 17 18 19 20 22 24 26 28 30 31 For regular Central Coast news updates go to www.coastingtoday.com.au and to see Coasting magazine in Real View, with special features. Editor: David Stewart Sales manager: Sharon Goodman Design: Kirrily Dures Advertising: Cover: Phone 43653300 Joshua Horner takes off in the Big Apple. Picture: DAMIANTIERNEY.com from Tierney’s Photography. Gives his regards from BROADWAY A Horner’s is the type of real-life story that someone ought to make a musical about. LTHOUGH the TV ratings for dance shows continue to samba off the charts, the fact remains that dancing and stage musicals are not everyone’s preferred mode of entertainment. But even if you’ve never watched a single routine on Dancing With The Stars, nor sat through an Andrew Lloyd Webber musical, you cannot help but be impressed by the achievements of Wyong’s Joshua Horner, the dancer, singer and actor who is featured in our cover story. Horner’s is the type of real-life story that someone ought to make a musical about. It’s the story of a kid from a small country town who dreams big. A kid whose love of dance makes him different, and a target. But he toughs it out, works his way up through the ranks of the Australian Ballet, and then, near the height of his ballet powers, makes a spectacular leap into musical theatre which culminates in a starring role on Broadway. And I get the impression that Horner’s story is far from over. Speaking of over, we’ve also got a special demonstration of an exercise designed to help fast bowlers knock over more batsmen in the coming cricket season. There’s also plenty of more good stuff on local fashion, beauty, sport and music. And don’t miss our new addition, a twopage dining guide. Bon appétit! Editor- David Stewart
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