July 2, 2013
by The OJBG Team
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We’re in Curve Magazine!!!

We’re excited to announce that OJBG’s Tapestry project made it into the latest issue of Curve Magazine (The largest in-print lesbian magazine in the U.S.)! The lovely and talented Jen Foster has agreed to have her song “This is Me” be … Continue reading

May 15, 2013
by The OJBG Team
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OJBG: A Labor of Love Story & Your Guide to Freebies

Where’s Season 1? And Your Guide to OJBG Freebies We’ve already mentioned that a lot of people have been asking us about where the title of the show comes from, so we wrote a blog post explaining why Orange Juice, why Bishop’s … Continue reading

May 13, 2013
by The OJBG Team
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Go Orange with OJBG & Join the “Tapestry” Project!

Film maker and creator of the internationally acclaimed LGBT youth web series “Orange Juice in Bishops Garden,” Otessa Ghadar, is taking her new campaign and plea to “Go Orange” to heads of state, legislators and Embassies throughout Washington, DC. “Go Orange” is … Continue reading

April 16, 2013
by The OJBG Team
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Onwards and Up! Indie Productions & Web Series Everywhere

After the whirlwind of wrapping up our SIXTH season (with a whole half season left to release!) and holding the first ever DC Web Series Festival and arranging for the first web series screening at Filmfest DC, we’ve taken a … Continue reading

March 4, 2013
by The OJBG Team
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In Her Own Words – Meet the Director

During the Q&A session at the Orange Juice in Bishop’s Garden Premiere Party, Otessa spoke a little bit about the web series’ significance to the LGBT community locally and abroad. “It is immensely gratifying to hear from fans from around … Continue reading

December 3, 2012
by The OJBG Team
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The Stink-Eye & Back Alley Shame – Ep. 6.01 Recap

With Season 6 slowly closing in on us, the lovely ladies at Cherry Grrl will be posting Otessa’s recaps on how the Sarah and OJBG saga has progressed since Season 4 on their site. We’ll be reposting the recaps here on the OJBG site about a week … Continue reading