28 Mar 2011

Meet ‘n Greet Monday! Do you know Ellie?

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Well it’s Meet ‘n Greet Monday! While the Pfister Hotel has housed many celebrities over the years, purchase the true stars are our staff. Every week you will meet a member of our staff, and have your chance to share your memories and interactions with them. Today,we feature someone who just celebrated a very special […]

26 Mar 2011

A Portrait of the Artist

“Well, order everyone calls me Eugene,” he said, when I stuck out my hand to meet the now infamous subject of one of Katie Musolff’s paintings. I’ve seen Eugene before each time I pass through the Artist-in-Residence’s studio, but here he is, live and in the flesh and, he’s beaming. Eugene is one of the […]

23 Mar 2011

The Search for the Next Pfister Narrator

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With Julie’s time as the current narrator coming to a close, it’s time to select her replacement. With over twenty wonderful applications submitted this time around, it was a difficult decision for our esteemed panel. After several hours of deliberation, the six finalists were chosen. Thank you to everyone who entered and congratulations to the […]

16 Mar 2011

All Dressed Up and Everywhere to Be

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My best friend was in town on the weekend and we took her to Blu for free music. First, she snapped what could be an award-winning series of photos (her profession), then she let her mouth hang agape for awhile and finally she grinned and told me I had a really sweet gig (don’t I […]

14 Mar 2011

Rhapsodies In BLU

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The Pfister Hotel and BLU are proud to announce a new music series “Rhapsodies in Blu” featuring The Pfister pianist, Dr. Jeffrey Hollander. You can enjoy this new series in BLU on the first Thursday of every month, starting in April. Every performance will be completely unique and will draw from a different musical inspiration. April 7 […]

12 Feb 2011

The Pfister Crossroads

I come from a very small town. Pick just about any country music ditty and the lyrics describe something I grew up with. What’s inevitable about a small town is the odds of bumping into someone you know anywhere you go. My luck was always just after I’d thrown on grubby, see weekend clothes, I’d […]