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Welcome to episode 31 of The Popko Project podcast where I’m joined by not one, but TWO, iconic members of the Weekender family. Kieran Inglis who served as an account executive from 2011-2013 and Rob Nitkowski who was crowned the 2011/2012 Weekender Man of the Year. For those of you who don’t know, the Weekender […]

Welcome to episode 29 of The Popko Project podcast where I’m joined by Damion Pick who served as the graphic designer for the Weekender from 2004-2006. For those of you who don’t know, the Weekender back in the day was THE BIBLE when it came to arts and entertainment in Northeastern, Pennsylvania. Not only was […]

Welcome to episode 27 of The Popko Project where I’m joined by Christina Romanchick aka Christina Dugan as I knew her at the Weekender. Christina served as the marketing associate for the Weekender from 2002 – 2005 (intern and full time). She was my boss when I was an intern and I’m thankful she left […]

***Disclaimer – none of the commentary in this podcast is in any way directed at the current staff or management team at the Times Leader Media Group*** Welcome to episode 25 of The Popko Project podcast where I’m joined by Rich Howells who served as staff writer and editor of the Weekender. I always felt […]

Welcome to episode 20 of The Popko Project podcast where I’m joined by Katie Borkowski (aka Katie Gross during the Weekender days) who served as an account executive for the Weekender from 2005-2007. 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 17 of The Popko Project podcast where I’m joined by Nikki M. Mascali Roarty who served as an intern, staff writer and editor for the Weekender between 2005 and 2012. For those of you who don’t know, the Weekender back in the day was THE BIBLE when it came to arts and […]

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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