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WBRE covered our progress for the “Shirts for the Scene” fundraiser in partnership with Axelrad Screen Printing Click here to check out the interview https://www.pahomepage.com/video/shirts-for-the-scene-growing-success/6203975/ You can purchase a shirt and support the scene here https://axelradshop.com/shirtsforthescene/shop/home

Ally Gallo from WNEP shows our “Shirts for the Scene” fundraiser some love with a great interview. Thank you! Click here for story and video https://www.wnep.com/article/news/local/luzerne-county/shirts-for-the-scene-raises-money-for-nepa-music-scene/523-55d2ca53-bded-4ca2-bc0a-933e5696e47a

Citizens’ Voice staff writer, Denies Allabaugh, interviews Popko to discuss the progress of “Shirts for the Scene” and The Popko Project. Click here to read story https://www.citizensvoice.com/news/business/shirts-for-the-scene-raises-nearly-5-000-to-help-local-musicians/article_3cd4024b-4b38-5b61-aafb-ea6710b4ae4b.html?fbclid=IwAR3p4vEKjGWb-No8-EIW_VRblieJcYUrXNCp6wsEJJwi1yEyttzLd_fqX6g Photo by Mark Moran – Citizens’ Voice Staff Photographer

Welcome to episode 12 of The Popko Project podcast where I’m joined by the man, the myth, the legend, Jim McDonald. Jim is the guy who started the Weekender publication back in 1993. For those of you who don’t know, the Weekender back in the day was THE BIBLE when it came to arts and […]

Welcome to episode 9 of The Popko Project podcast where I’m joined by Kristie Grier Ceruti, aka Kristie Grier, aka KG. Kristie spent a combined 5 and a half years at the Weekender serving as editor and general manager. She was one the one who hired me as an intern at the Weekender so I’m […]


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