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Section 2, part 2

(1) The truth about dentistry

(2) Stu Helm:

10 Things I Ate About Asheville – Beet Lace, Porky Bowls, Po’ Boys and More

(3) Carol Duermitt:

Chiropractic gimmickry


Section 12A, NC events

(1) Judy Calabrese:  Is there a story alive inside of you that’s just waiting to be expressed?

Are you ready to unlock your creativity, embody your passion, and allow your sensual energy to flow forth through your writing?

Do you have a message that is uniquely yours to bring forth and share in service to yourself, the Earth, and all humankind?

Join Writer & Tantric Facilitator Judy Calabrese along with Conscious Embodiment Coach Hannah Borababy for an evening of movement, magic, and mystical creation. We will gather as women to journey within and connect with the wisdom that beats at the very root of our feminine core.

We will call upon the elemental magic of sacred sensual embodiment practices such as Breath, Sound, Touch, Visualization, and Movement to transmute old stories being held within our bodies and transform this energy into healing gold.

We will learn how to balance our inner masculine and feminine energies to open the pathway for our creativity to flow forth in full expression.

We will explore writing as the ancient Tantric Art, ritual practice, and orgasmic experience it can be.

Register Here:

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(2) Jeff Catanese: Speech & Debate, by Stephen Karam

Produced by Attic Salt Theatre Company

at 35below 

May 10-26

Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30pm, Sundays at 2:30pm 


35 East Walnut St.

Asheville, NC             

Attic Salt Theatre Company is proud to once again team up with 35below for Stephen Karam’s timely comedy,Speech & Debate. Attic Salt has previously produced the acclaimed How I Learned to Drive, God of CarnageGruesome Playground Injuries and Mass Appeal at Asheville Community Theatre’s intimate black-box space, among several other offerings over the last five years. 35below is located at 35 East Walnut Street in Downtown Asheville. The performances will be held Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30pm and Sundays at 2:30pm, from May 10th through the 26th. Tickets cost 20 dollars and can be purchased through the Asheville Community Theatre box office at or by calling 828-254-1320.

(3) Information about an April 27 workshop, hosted by Secrets of Natural Walking of the Carolina:


Section 12B, PA/NJ events

Bill Lewis: For those of you who know me, you know I have been known to tell a joke or two. Well, I am honored to have been asked to perform at the gw78cares Comedy Night fundraiser on April 27th at Mastoris in Bordentown from 7-10 p.m. There will be three professional comedians from the Comedy Cabaret plus me. We would love for you to join us. I/we hope to see you there and remember….I tell a lot of jokes but I don’t do much stand-up!!

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