• The Big Ideas Make the Small Moments Soar on Memorial Day

    The Big Ideas Make the Small Moments Soar on Memorial Day

    It is Memorial Day and I would like to take a moment to tell you what that has meant during the lead up week to this holiday at the Pfister. Everyday when you pull into the Pfister parking garage, a succulent smell of great cooking hits you as you open your car door. You are immediately happier, if not...

  • Let Me Help You Do Your Crossword Puzzle Through Deceit and Unfair Play

    Let Me Help You Do Your Crossword Puzzle Through Deceit and Unfair Play

    While it is true that guests come and go from the Pfister on a daily basis, there are also plenty of good souls who you can classify as Pfister regulars. The formidable Barbara Brown Lee who has knowledge about the visual art world that could fill many volumes of thick books (my predecessor Anja Notanj...

  • Join Me As I Begin to Salute the Women and Men in Silk and Lace Uniform

    Join Me As I Begin to Salute the Women and Men in Silk and Lace Uniform

    I anticipate that today I will begin what will grow to become a more public and frequent declaration of one of my favorite harmless infatuations. Bridesmaids. Oh, how I love a gaggle of ladies who have all agreed to wear the same dress and stand in front of a group of people. And, okay, I can’...

  • The Post In Which I Go To A Ladies Luncheon and Find This One Guy

    The Post In Which I Go To A Ladies Luncheon and Find This One Guy

    There was a ladies-only luncheon happening at the Pfister last week. Lots of smart, successful, gorgeous women were dressed in red and came together for the American Heart Association’s 2015 Milwaukee Go Red for Women luncheon. And this guy. [caption id="attachment_10231" align="aligncenter" width...

  • Breaking Bread and Telling Tales

    Breaking Bread and Telling Tales

    As I come upon the Harry and Rose Samson Family Jewish Community Center’s setup for their KidShare 2015 gala at the Pfister, I can tell immediately there is a good party in the works. Typically during setup for these types of events, its not unusual to see harried minions rushing back and forth tryin...

  • The Crumbs of My Shame

    The Crumbs of My Shame

    I just made a complete fool out of myself for the gazing eyes of the Pfister public, and boy was it tasty. Call it hubris, call it horrifying, call it so astonishing that you have to shake your head in my general direction. However you slice it, I’m relieved that I have worked through the inevitable ...

The Current Narrator - Jonathan West

The Current Artist - Todd Mrozinski

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