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Coasting : Issue 12 June 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 manager: Sharon Goodman Design: Kirrily Dures Advertising: Phone 4979 5550 LOVING LIFE Singer Aleyce Simmonds admits that she wasn't too keen on the touring caper as a teenager. Living out of a suitcase in a different town every night took some getting used to. And being the only girl in the touring party of musos and roadies was a tough gig. Then there were the drunk and sometimes unpredictable punters who seemed determined to get under her skin while she performed on stage. No. That wasn't in the brochure, either. "But now I love it," Aleyce told Coasting. "I absolutely love being on the road and seeing our beautiful country." It's all been part of the development of Aleyce Simmonds, now 23, as a singer, songwriter and touring artist. Hers is a refreshing story of a gifted young muso with patience and a good attitude. Our cover story this month is a slick fashion spread featuring active wear for women. The article probably won't turn you into a fitness nut or even a good athlete. But I can guarantee that it will show you how to look like one. And if you're in the mood for food, you'll love this edition. Apart from our regular dining guide and recipe pages we have a special three-page spread on the winners of this year's Central Coast Restaurant and Catering Awards for Excellence. Bon appetit! Editor -- David Stewart firstname.lastname@example.org Index on tour Being the only girl in the touring party of musos and roadies was a tough gig. Aleyce Simmonds finds her voice: Debut album has been a long time coming 4 Get out there: Women's active wear fashions 6 So, you call yourself a local: Reader quiz 8 Feasts for the senses: Five Lands Walk, and The Entrance Winter Jazz and Blues Festival 9 Interview with a movie buff: Reminiscing at Cinema Paradiso 10 In the wrong job? Career advice 12 Central Coast Restaurant Awards: The judges' verdicts are in 13 Photo essay: Crusty Demons at Gosford 16 Cold comfort: Winter skin care tips 18 Having a ball: Get on a roll with this exercise 20 The Tank House: A winning design by Rustic Touch 21 Big Boys' Toys: Fun stuff for blokes 24 Dining guide: Something for all tastes 25 On the menu: Restaurant profiles 26 Recipe: A carnival cocktail 28 Social pictures: Laughing it up at Laycock Street Theatre 29 For the diary: Upcoming gigs, events and attractions 30 Reader competition: Win The Hurt Locker on DVD 30 Crossword: Tackle the Blockbuster 31 Cover images: • Madeleine Walsh and friend at Horseland, Tuggerah. Picture by Aaron Brown. • Chef Stefano Manfredi, of Bells at Killcare. Picture by Nic Walker. • Terrigal singer-songwriter Aleyce Simmonds. Easy Shopping at the Centre of the City 171 Mann Street, Gosford Ph 4324 4299 www.imperialshoppingcentre.com.au Proudly supporting
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