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Group Members


  • Chris Drenning
  • Amanda Ehrlacher
  • Jill Eisenhart
  • Ashley Henry
  • Jessica Moschak
  • Ashley Peiffer
  • Kelly Swigart


Event Number One

Location: Luigi's Ristorante, Clymer, Pennsylvania

Date: January 27, 2007


For our first Pop Culture event, our group went to Luigi's Ristorante located in Clymer, Pennsylvania. We had reservations for 5:30 and were seated almost immediately. Upon arriving we instantly recognized that this was a family oriented place. The walls in the lobby were family potraits, pictures of owners with celebrities, and family awards. The room had ambient lighting with creme walls on top and beneath the chair rails in a maroon color. The table cloths were dark maroon with hunter green napkins. Each table had candles located in the center of them. In the main dining area there were mosaics and Italian style pictures. The tables were set up in a U-shape along the walls, with about 4-5 tables located in the center of the room (which was about 20X30 feet). The patrons varied in age and lifestyles. There was a table of 20 people, but interestingly enough, none of them were speaking to each other. There was complete silence at their table. There was another table right behind us with a group of middle age men getting drunk. There was also another table that had a group of high school students that appeared to be going to a formal. One of the high school guys, a tall white guy, stood up to leave and we all noticed the big dreads in his hair. The aroma of everyone's food as it passed by increased our hunger. Everyone in our group enjoyed their traditional Italian meal. During the meal there was classic italian music playing as well. The overall room was quiet with our table probably serving as the loudest.


How could a table of 20 not find one thing to talk about with one other person?

What kind of mood were they trying to create with the use of colors and sounds?

Why were we all shocked when we saw the high school boy stand up with dreads in his hair?









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