30 Apr 2016

10 at 100

10 at 100

This is what they call my penultimate post. The second to the last. It’s also number 100. I generally prefer words over numbers, but I had in my head a number that I wanted to hit this year in terms of posts I created as my contribution to the Pfister Blog. That number was a […]

29 Apr 2016

Left Feet Left at Home

Left Feet Left at Home

You know what bothers me about ballroom dancing? Nuthin’. Absolutely nuthin’. There are two things that you can count on during April in Milwaukee, and that is hot and cold. The cold refers to how you will feel when you read the daily weather report. The hot takes into account that come the third weekend […]

29 Apr 2016

My Favorite Place

My Favorite Place

This is the post that my children have been asking me to write for months. I have been asked time and time again to answer one question about my experiences at the Pfister. Where’s your favorite place at The Pfister? I am not wishy washy on this question. There’s no doubt in my mind about […]

27 Apr 2016

The Pfister Films: DIALED IN

The Pfister Films: DIALED IN

Today in the Pfister Film series, I bring you DIALED IN. Here’s the simple truth about hotels—some days, many days, there is next to nothing happening at a hotel. The Pfister is not exempt from this stasis mode. I’ve seen it all as the Pfister Narrator…packed conventions, overflowing weddings, plenty of hustle with lots of […]

1 Apr 2016

Pamela

Pamela

And now, we turn to Pamela. It’s Pamela Anderson’s first day as the Pfister’s new Artist-in-Residence. I will endeavor to answer all the questions that come along with Pamela’s name. No, she does not know David Hasselhoff. No, she does not tease up a mane of golden blonde hair. No, she does not run down […]

16 Mar 2016

Coffee Guy Gets Tea-ed Up

Coffee Guy Gets Tea-ed Up

Almost exactly one year ago, I spent six long weeks denying myself coffee. I did it as part of a dietary change, and as a substitute for coffee, I was allowed to drink green tea. That’s sort of like replacing 100 pounds of the world’s finest Swiss chocolate with a pair of damp sweat socks. After […]