Welcome to episode 16 of The Popko Project podcast where I’m joined by Jim Mirabelli, the man behind the wildly popular, informative, and successful NEPA Pizza Review. Jim is an NEPA native who has been doing pizza reviews under NEPA Pizza Review for 9 years now. One of his pizza review videos has recently surpassed […]
Our first news appearance to discuss The Popko Project and “Shirts for the Scene” came on PA Live with Haley Bianco. Thanks for helping us kick things off!
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 7 of The Popko Project Podcast where I’m joined by Tiffany Harm, aka T-Stine, who spent a combined 5 years at the Weekender serving as an intern, an account executive and an online content manager before leaving for Pittsburgh to pursue a career in education and development. I will always remember Tiffany […]
Welcome to episode 4 of The Popko Project Podcast where Popko is joined by Michael Lello, who served as the editor of the Weekender from 2007 to 2011. The Weekender was, at one time, THE GO TO arts and entertainment publication in Northeastern, Pennsylvania. Michael also has a music blog called Highway 81 Revisited where […]