DC’s the ’90’s grunge=Orange Juice in Bishop’s Garden
Orange Juice in Bishop’s Garden is a fiercely local and independent web series, set in DC about the lives of a group of a teens growing up in the 90s. Quick flashback to the ’90s when we were all watching the show that was in the most popular and coveted zip code on the planet “90210.” Is the theme song still going through your head?
Was it Kelly or Brenda who you aspired to be? Were you Team Brandon or Team Dylan?
DC ON HEELS supports local entertainment in the nation’s capital! With an array strong young actors, OBJBtakes you through a real and raw look of peer pressure, teen relationships, popularity, sexuality, rebellion and so much more. The series centers around being 16 y.o. in DC in 1994 and the story follows the lives of a group of teenagers during the summer. Meet the characters here.
Watch the very fist episode!
Season 3 finds the teens growing up and getting down in 1996. Think grunge, Doc Martens, rave and underage tomfoolery. The class of 1996 did it! They finally graduated. All that dumb high school drama is so yesterday. Or is it? Sarah’s and Gwen’s future plans just don’t seem to mix. Meanwhile, Libby, Alex, Tamsin and Remi face an endless summer of gummy worm fishing, ice cream eating and the occasional late night rave in an abandoned warehouse. Remi becomes a fakey faker and Alex finds herself in her own complicated love triangle between too cool for school Sam and nerdy Davis. And…Adrian trips on acid and joins the Navy.
Join the teens as they pull you into their world of grunge florals and general jankiness during another summer in D.C… the summer when everything changes.
PROJECT FUNDWAY PHOTO HIGHLIGHTS
The Greater Washington Fashion Chamber of Commerce hosted the event Project Fundway for high school fashion and design students. Three final applicants were selected based on style, individually and quality, and competed at “The Project FUNDway” runway competition, where their collections were featured and modeled by “Top Models.” The competition was judged by an expert panel representing all facets of the fashion industry . The students showcased a mini collection that took their concepts and sketches from the classroom to the runway. Sponsored by the Greater Washington Fashion Chamber of Commerce, the winning student was awarded $5, 0000 scholarship towards a fashion education at any college or university of their choosing.