Thursday, March 30, 2006


    Mission Statement:
    Tranzmission is dedicated to ending socially-enforced non-consensual gender tyranny.

    Who We Are:
    Tranzmission is a group of folks, trans, queer and othewise who meet weekly to address issues we find relevant to our lives and to have fun!!!

    Join Us:
    Come to our meetings on Tuesdays at 7:30pm at the ACRC - 135 Hilliard Lane Asheville, NC. Or check out our Get Involved section to see how you can help!

    Tranzmission is back with a renewed website and off to a great start. It's still under construction but already has a lot of info to offer.


    Monday, March 27, 2006 - Worldwide Marijuana Travel Guide With Marijuana Prices, Spots & Legalization Status


    Smoking tolerance level: 4.75

    Legislation: Possession of one half ounce or less is punishable by up to 30 days in jail, most likely suspended. Possession of greater than one half ounce is punishable by 1 - 120 days in jail, with a possibility of community service or probation in lieu of jail. Possession greater than 1.5 ounces increases the penalties to 8 - 13 months in jail.

    Penalties for sale, delivery or manufacture are increased if the sale occurs within 300 feet of a school zone if the offender is over 21 and if the sale was made to a minor or to a pregnant woman.

    The state allows conditional release or alternative or diversion sentencing for people facing their first prosecutions. Usually, conditional release lets a person opt for probation rather than trial. After successfully completing probation, the individual's criminal record does not reflect the charge.

    Law enforcement: Totally anti-drug, will throw you at the wall for a nick.

    Where to buy marijuana in Ashville: Shilo area, on Shiloh Rd., and Brooklyn Rd.

    We Be High in ASHEVILLE

    Monday, March 20, 2006

    Any Way You Like It

    Any Way You Like It - Visitors tell us this is a destination that is welcoming, vibrant and natural—the kind of place you visit for a memorable, enriching experience that is unexpected and unscripted. Show us your version of one of those moments by entering the "Any Way You Like It" video contest. Who knows? Your video could turn into the next ad in our unscripted TV campaign, and you could win a free Asheville area vacation. So get out there and show us your version of an unscripted Asheville moment the way you like it. Lights! Camera! Asheville!

    View some of the current print and tv ads currently running here.

    #1 Asheville, North Carolina

    more veggie news

    Like your vegetarian fare served with fresh, clean mountain air? Then awesome little Asheville is the place for you. Nestled between two mountain ranges, Asheville is an open-minded mecca for eclectic and artistic people who are active in all creative avenues. Luckily, Asheville is as humane as it is hip, with a huge assortment of vegetarian-friendly restaurants, coffee shops, bakeries, and markets.

    America's Best Vegetarian-Friendly Small Cities

    1. Asheville, North Carolina
    2. Eugene, Oregon
    3. Salt Lake City, Utah
    4. Norfolk, Virginia
    5. Santa Monica, California
    6. Santa Cruz, California
    7. Boulder, Colorado
    8. Madison, Wisconsin
    9. Athens, Georgia
    10.Ann Arbor, Michigan


    Wednesday, March 15, 2006


    New Menu


    Center of Unlimited Possibilities

    The goal of C.U.P. is to enable members to achieve their highest potential on all levels of being; the physical, mental, intuitive, and spiritual. It is in this attainment that one secures the deepest and most all-embracing sense of peace and harmony with self and all of creation. We believe that at the highest level of human potential, miracles become ordinary. The center is a place of inspiration and support of evolutionary achievements. An empowered space where new boundries, paradigms, and beliefs are created. The time for a major shift has arrived and all are invited to participate.

    Today C.U.P. is in the early stages of creation. We have found a central Asheville location for preliminary core member meetings to prepare for a Grand Opening in the Spring of 2006. These meetings will be every other Wednesday from 6:30-9pm starting February and onward. This is the time to get involved and assist in creating the most inspirational gathering center ever. All input will be welcome. Every Wednesday's meeting will also have an "all you can eat" vegetarian dinner.


    Thursday, March 09, 2006

    Croatan Event


    April 21-23rd, 2006

    Dr. Dennis McKenna will be talking about his updated research into Ayahuasca and will also be speaking at Malaprops in Asheville,NC, on the 22nd too. His main lecture will be later in the evening back at the Croatan site.


    Dennis McKenna will be talking about his updated research into Ayahuasca
    Michael Crowley
    Sun Frog
    Esiris Kayab Lyons
    Adam Sanderson
    Shad Marquitz

    CX-1 Bluegrass Boys
    (Members of Acoustic Syndicate and Snake Oil Medicine Show)

    Caroline Pond
    (Vassar Clemens, Snake Oil Medicine Show, Mad Tea Party)

    Androcell live* Celestial Dragon Recordings, Arizona
    Alien Blue Chapel of Sacred Mirrors, NYC
    Quetzatl -live electronics Radical Turf Records, Asheville
    Glossolalia *live* Intuitive Arts Multimedia
    Logos - *live* Intuitive Arts Multimedia
    Nod & BrainLizzard TOUCH samadhi, Asheville
    Blue Spectral Monkey - Interchill, Asheville
    Medisin TOUCH samadhi, Asheville
    Kri - TOUCH samadhi, Asheville
    Shad - TOUCH samadhi, Nashville
    Iduna - TOUCH samadhi, Asheville
    KT - independent
    Joshu - Evoke Community, Asheville
    Jeremie - Evoke Community, Asheville

    artwork by Alex Grey
    Eli Morgan, NYC
    Marisa Scirocco, NYC
    Intuitive Arts Multimedia
    Devotee Touch Samadhi
    and more Asheville and East TN artists

    Opening Ceremony: by Sakkred Circle

    No Alcohol or Pets (no exceptions - period)
    Leave No Trace event - please carpool
    Rides available from airport - please contact us
    Directions will be mailed with tickets
    Video taping with mailed permission only
    Food on site - provided by Bearly Edible

    Tickets are $50 for the weekend ($3.00 S/H)
    due to land impact, no day passes.
    Buy @