Give!Local Fundraising Program Launches TODAY!

Mountain Xpress has officially launched the 2016 Give!Local Asheville giving program this morning! Give!Local is an online fundraising initiative benefiting 47 local nonprofits through micro-donations and exposure, including the POP Project. But nonprofits aren’t the only one reaping rewards. As a donor, you’ll be getting some great swag, too. How Give!Local Works Give!Local allows local…

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Sherman Alexie’s Boycott has Become a Cause for Community Support

Sherman Alexie is no stranger to confronting controversy. As the author of The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian, Alexie has both received a National Book Award for the work and been the target of censorship in several school districts in states across the US. Last month, Alexie made headlines again locally when he…

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Give!Local Fundraising Program Launches this Week!

Mountain Xpress launches Asheville’s new Give!Local program this week, an online fundraising initiative helping local nonprofits through micro-donations, including the POP Project. But nonprofits aren’t the only one reaping rewards. As a donor, you’ll be getting some great swag, too. How Give!Local Works Give!Local allows local donors like you to submit your holiday donations online,…

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North Asheville Bookstores Rise and Shine in October

There are a handful of great bookstores within Asheville’s compact downtown district. Each has its own personality and specialty, and booklovers could lose a whole afternoon wandering from one to the next. But this October, two bookstores* well north of downtown are celebrating major milestones. The POP Project encourages you to visit them if you…

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Celebrate Banned Books Week with the POP Project and ZaPow!

The POP Project is excited to be partnering with ZaPow!, the southeast’s premier illustration art gallery, for this year’s Banned Books Week event. When: Friday, September 26, 5:30-8:00 pm Where: ZaPow! Studio and Art Gallery, 21 Battery Park, Suite 101, Asheville, NC 28801 What: A celebration of freedom in reading with art, interactive photo booth, and…

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