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Coasting : Issue 14 August 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: Geraldine Williams Advertising: Phone 4979 5550 Great EXPECTATIONS The Central Coast Mariners kick off another A-League campaign this month, so I was rapt to catch up with crowd favourite Matt Simon for our cover story. You don't have to be a soccer... ahem, football... aficionado to appreciate what Matt brings to the team, and how he goes about his work. His is a real 'local boy makes good' story. Expectations for the Mariners are always high among the Central Coast faithful. And Simon said there was an optimistic buzz among the players, too. "We'll be trying to play good, exciting football and we'll be competitive," Simon said. "The team have set high goals. We want to get back into finals football, and there's no reason why we can't win it." Dancer Joshua Horner makes his second appearance in Coasting, having opened another chapter in his rapidly evolving career. Joshua, too, sets high goals. And he keeps checking them off his extraordinary to-do list. Make the Australian ballet -- check. Switch to musical theatre -- check. Star on Broadway -- check. Work for Disney -- check. And speaking of ballet, we get a rare glimpse into the life of an elite ballerina with our piece on local Kelly Turner, 18, who has been accepted into the prestigious English National Ballet School. Be sure to spare a thought for calorie-conscious Kelly when you check out some of the awesome dishes in our dining and recipe pages. Editor -- David Stewart email@example.com Blues and Jazz festival August 2010 Your monthly Central Coast lifestyle magazine Makes it happen Caves Beachside Lose your tuckshop arms Dancing with Disney Index We want to get back into finals football, and there's no reason why we can't win it." -- Matt Simon. 171 Mann Street, Gosford Ph 4324 4299 www.imperialshoppingcentre.com.au Proudly supporting Shopping is even easier at the Centre of the City Matt Simon: A Mariner on a mission 4 Joshua Horner: Dances with water 6 So, you call yourself a local: Reader quiz 8 Lose those tuckshop arms: Tone your arms without adding bulk 9 Kelly Turner: Ballet dancer's London calling 10 The bite stuff: A story to get your teeth into 12 Get drenched: A luxurious treatment at Endota Spa 14 Photo essay: Tuggerah Tuffs Winter Swimming Club 16 Career choices: Waddya wanna do? 18 Espresso perfecto: How to make the perfect coffee at home 19 Your kitchen rules: Must-have items for hosts 20 A dose of the winter blues: Be-bopping and scatting at The Entrance 22 When I grow up: Local photographer's acclaimed image 24 Dining guide: Something for all tastes 25 On the menu: Restaurant profiles 26 Recipe: Barbecued mid-loin pork cutlets with plum sauce and ginger glaze 28 Social pictures: Mingling with blues brothers and all that jazz 29 For the diary: Upcoming gigs, events and attractions 30 Competition: Win an overnight stay at Caves Beachside Resort 30 Crossword: Tackle the Blockbuster 31 Cover images: • Matt Simon at Gosford. Picture by Aaron Brown. • Kevin Borich at The Entrance. Picture by Aaron Brown. • Joshua Horner. Picture by DAMIANTIERNEY.com from Tierney's Photography. • Caves Beachside Resort.
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