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Coasting : Issue 11 May 2010
3 www.coastingtoday.com.au COASTING FEATURE Go to www.coastingtoday.com.au for regular Central Coast news updates, and to see the current Coasting magazine, and past editions, in Real View. Editor: David Stewart Sales Sharon manager: Goodman Design: Nandina Vines Advertising: Phone 4979 5550 Cover images: • Jarrad McVeigh in action for the Sydney Swans at Skilled Stadium. Picture by Sebastian Costanzo. • Sam Woods of Vibrant Concepts, and model, Alex. Picture by Aaron Brown. • Shoal Bay Resort and Spa. Coasting loves a good local success story. So we reckon we've kicked a goal with our cover story on Jarrad McVeigh. Jarrad gives us a great insight into how he and his brother Mark followed their unshakeable childhood football dreams all the way from their backyard at Tumbi Umbi into the AFL. And we love a good anecdote. So we were interested to learn about the exact type of high-pressure scenario that tests Jarrad's competitive nerve. And, no, it's not when he's lining up for a shot at goal from near the boundary line in front of a packed house at the Sydney Cricket Ground. What really gives Jarrad the hippy hippy shakes is when he's playing FIFA Soccer on the PlayStation with his team-mates in one of their weekly tournaments. "It can be stressful times when you're down [on the scoreboard] and you're in a round- robin," Jarrad laughed. "We take it quite seriously." Our music interview is with Mark Moldre, a former member of the band Hitchcock's Regret, who has released his debut solo album. Mark's frank musings on the differences between recording as a solo artist and as the member of a democratic band are a highlight of a wide ranging interview. We cop a spray aboard the jet boat Cheeky Bee, in our High Adrenaline series, and we continue the adventure theme with a follow-up story on local adventurer Shane Pophfer who last month had a life-and-death decision to make at an altitude of 6400 metres on Mount Aconcagua, in Argentina. There's a winter fashion spread, a hairstyle makeover, and plenty of delicious dining pages to savour. Editor - David Stewart (email@example.com) Index became a reality What really gives Jarrad the hippy hippy shakes is when he's playing FIFA Soccer on the PlayStation with his team- mates in one of their weekly tournaments. Easy Shopping at the Centre of the City 171 Mann Street, Gosford Ph 4324 4299 www.imperialshoppingcentre.com.au Proudly supporting Jarrad McVeigh -- No need for Plan B: From a young Bomber to a Sydney Swan 4 Mark Moldre -- Melancholy on a slow burn: The wait is over for solo album 6 So, you call yourself a local: Reader quiz 8 Sit down and hold on! Strap yourself in for a high-speed jet boat ride 9 Get that job: Expert advice 10 Waddya wanna do? Career goals and dream jobs 11 Reflexology -- Put your best foot forward: A feel-good story with sole 12 A cool change -- winter fashions: The forecast is for eclectic fabric and colour 14 Going off at the Swamp: Photo essay 16 Walks on the wild side: The Discovery program of walks, talks and tours 18 Rescue at 6400 metres: Adventurer Shane Pophfer's dramatic encounter 20 In times of need: On the job with paramedic Joel de'Zuna 21 Layers of chocolate and caramel: A new 'do that's rich in yummy colour 23 Loud and loving it: Social pictures 24 Dining guide: Something for all tastes 25 On the menu: Restaurant profiles 26 Recipe: A Letterbox Restaurant entrée that's dressed to impress 28 Coffee in good spirits: A champion barista shows how to make a winning brew 29 For the Diary: Upcoming gigs, events and attractions 30 Reader competition: Accommodation at Shoal Bay Resort and Spa 30 Crossword: Tackle the Blockbuster 31
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