The quality of new programming languages is apparent by looking at projects using the language
My "latest" favorite Clojure project is Noir that simply provides a composable mechanism for building web applications (using defpartial). I get to use Noir on two customer web app projects (and some work with HBase + Clojure) over the next month or two, and I am looking forward to that. The simpler of the two web apps is an admin console exposing some APIs on a private LAN and the Try Clojure web app is a great starting point, as well as an example of a nicely laid out Noir application.
Since Clojure is such a concise language I find it easy to read through, understand, evaluate, and use projects. Since I am still learning Clojure (I have just used Clojure for about 6 months of paid work over the last couple of years) the time spent reading a lot of available code to find useful stuff is very well spent because reading good code with an open repl is a great way to learn new idioms.