on their website. The calendar features works by more than 60 artists and writers, includes listings of Jewish holidays and significant historical events.
Jewish Currents is a progressive Jewish
bimonthly magazine that "carries on the insurgent tradition of the Jewish
left through independent journalism, political commentary, and a 'countercultural' approach to Jewish arts and literature." Which I think is pretty sweet.
I was going to make a parenthetical reference to Jewish Currents' unique spelling choices, but on second thought it deserves more than a passing glance. As we all know, Hebrew words are not always easily spelled in English; there are just some sounds that don't "translate" – hence the December dilemma of how to spell Hanukkah (Chanukah, Hanuka, etc.). How does Jewish Currents spell it? Khanike. I imagine it's a nod to an older, more classical American Jewish pronounciation – very Ashkenazic — and also outspokenly different than everyone else's efforts. Worth a look, for sure.
More information on "Greenberg" can be found in my original post here.