June 19, 2013
by The OJBG Team
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Borne Ceaselessly into the Past… RIP Fitzgerald

Last month’s release of “The Great Gatsby (2013)” reignited America’s love affair with F. Scott Fitzgerald, doubling the percentage of his e-book sales in only a month. If you are a fan of Fitzgerald and a DC resident, his grave … Continue reading

May 31, 2013
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Edward P. Jones: The James Joyce of black Washington

  Edward P. Jones, a Pulitzer Prize winning novelist, was born and raised in Washington, D.C. According to The Washington Post’s Jonathan Yardley, Jones is “one of the most important writers of his own generation.” All of the locations described … Continue reading

January 21, 2013
by The OJBG Team
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My January Ride with the DC Bike Party

By Liz. Last month, I met up with a friend at a bar in Dupont for happy hour. When I got there, I saw that he had come with a few other people he had met while biking around DC, … Continue reading