Who knows what to expect in a museum called The Contemporary Jewish Museum–a museum in San Francisco that opened last June, was converted from a PG&E substation and is built in the shape of gigantic Hebrew letters? CJM is all this and more–and by “more”, we’re talkin’ collages of Jewish community members of the Bay Area (see if you can spot some buddies), a big, white, soundproof room for the current music exhibit and a showcase of the dude that, like, invented “Shrek.” read more »