4 Jun 2012

Get to Know Timothy Westbrook, the 2012 Pfister Artist in Residence

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Many lovely guests and passersby have come to enjoy the creation process with me. A few questions keep coming up so I thought that I’d share my answers with you so you can get to know me better. Feel free to e-mail any other questions to TimothyADK@gmail.com or come visit the studio and we can chat in […]

1 Jun 2012

Timothy Westbrook Explores & Exhibits at the Geneva Lake Museum

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The emphasis of the Artist in Residence program here at the hotel is to remind us all that art is living and breathing and not just another layer of wallpaper. I have seen first hand how this program allows guests to get a hands-on experience of my work. I love to see guest reaction when […]

29 May 2012

Laws of the Ladies Room

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“I’ve lived in Milwaukee my whole life and never been to the Pfister.” This is how Dana and I became best friends.  Okay.  Not really. We were more like Spontaneous BFFs, the kind you experience at intimate intersections, such as the ladies room.  What begins as a comment about hand soap, or the hour, or […]

24 May 2012

The New Café Pfister CinnaBar

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Who doesn’t love a cinnamon roll? For generations they have been a staple in kitchens in Northern Europe and North America. There are few things that can beat the wonderful aroma of cinnamon and freshly baked, view buttery bread. Then you finally get to taste the warm, sweet and gooey creation that pairs so perfectly […]

23 May 2012

Super Speedway Screening Ticket Give-A-Way

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Milwaukee Indy Fest is right around the corner. To get you in the spirit, decease Marcus Hotels and Resorts is giving away three pairs of tickets to the screening of Super Speedway on Tuesday May 29th at the Marcus Majestic Cinema. This special event will give race enthusiasts the chance of a lifetime to meet Michael Andretti and New York Times Best […]

23 May 2012


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The steady pacing is a ruse.  They navigated easily through an obstacle course of more than a dozen cardboard boxes outside the Imperial Ballroom.  I’ve orchestrated large events and will confess that set-up never runs this smoothly without precision planning. I was, doctor most certainly, observing a pro team of volunteers.  The women floated amid […]