I suppose I must be in a black and white state of mind. I am so intrigued by two sculptors pieces of late and they both happen to work in those colors…
The latest exhibition at Thomas Deans Fine Art gallery not only has a witty title but an interesting mix of over twenty different artists!
My copy of this classic cookbook is a little worse for the wear because of how many times I have leafed through it looking for the best recipe for a pile of ingredients I have collected on the kitchen counter.
While most might think Atlanta is the only place to eat well around here, they would be wrong. If you haven’t tried The Blue Bicycle in Dawsonville, you’re missing something special!
It’s lunchtime and your thinking you want something ethnic and yummy with a little kick. Tuk Tuk pops into your head (or not) and you would be right!
Explore the World
We had heard over and over again just how wonderful Costa Rica is. We decided it was time to grab a couple of good friends and go check it out for ourselves; they are right!
A popular destination right now, we got a handle on the things to do in and around Merida, Mexico! This is Part 3 in my series of tips to help you have some fun in the Yucatan State!
A popular destination for Expat travel, it took us a bit to get a handle on the things to do in Merida, Mexico. This is Part 2 in our series of tips to help you navigate this little jewel of the Yucatan State!
Did you think it would never get here? I am not a nerd! But I do watch Game of Thrones. Mainly because I read the books and I am not happy that I will know how it ends without the last book to read first!
Yesterday I was on chat with tech geeks for nearly six hours correcting some email problems I was experiencing on my blog; not happy time fur sure!
Celebrating St. Patrick’s Day over the weekend means parades, parties, whiskey, beer and traditional food; also a good opportunity to round up a few of my best Irish posts for you!
I am “young enough” to remember lots of things from the ‘70’s; women were burning their bras, singing that powerful Helen Reddy anthem and cheering Gloria Steinem on.
HaHa! Stirring up the drama before the big game; Super Bowl 53 hosted by the Atlanta Falcons in the big beautiful Mercedes-Benz Stadium.
At the risk of sounding like I have a star crush (errrmmm…ok maybe I do just a little) has anybody else noticed just how dead clever Alton Brown is?
So here we are again. Seems like I just put up the Christmas decorations and it is time to put them away already; another Christmas and New Years come and gone. When did they start to go by so fast?
In the course of sharing with my readers, I am going through the process of raising my emotional awareness. I’m told this is a good thing to do…
See | Eat | Go!
BY: aRTSY cHOW rOAMEr
The Quirky Tourist is a quarterly newsletter curated and written by Artsy Chow Roamer. It is a place for people like you and me.
A place for arty foodie types who love to travel and want to read about all the artistry, gastronomy and journeys this world has to offer.
Really just an artsy fartsy way of saying who to See, what to Eat and Where to Go for the funny adventurer who sometimes just becomes the quirky tourist.
I will try to entertain you but also inspire and educate you about neat, vital and interesting stuff. Sometimes it will be selected and curated from other bloggers, writers and websites. Sometimes it will just be from my own quirky experiences.
You never know what you might find in it because I am also a little mysterious. I will say this, you might consider an adult beverage while reading. Why? Just Because!