Hebcal now offers the ability to export to both Yahoo! Calendar and Windows Live Calendar.
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The haftarah for Parashat Vayishlach is now listed as Obadiah 1:1 – 1:21. It was previously listed as Hosea 11:7 – 12:12 for Ashkenazim and Obadiah 1:1 – 1:21 for Sephardim. According to scholar Aryeh Cohen, Further research indicates that while Ovadyah has been normalized as the reading for Ashkenazi communities, this wasn’t the case… Read more »
iMenorah is a cute app for the iPhone that displays a menorah to light. Download it from the iTunes App Store. Disclaimer: I’m plugging it because I know the guy who built the app, and because 10% of the proceeds from the $1.99 sale price go to the San Francisco JCC.
We added a new feature to the Hebcal Interactive Jewish Calendar: integration with Google Calendar. Look for an image like this in the “Export calendar” section of your customized calendar results:
The Israeli government changed the dates of Yom HaZikaron and Yom Ha’atzmaut a couple of years ago. They added a new rule to prevent Yom HaZikaron from beginning on motzei Shabbat. In 2007, these holidays begin at sundown on 22 and 23 April, respectively (the 5th and 6th of Iyyar). See Memorial Day and Independence… Read more »
Hebcal.com is now using the new DST rules for Indiana that take effect in April, 2006.
Hebcal.com is now running hebcal 3.5, which uses the new rules for Daylight Saving Time starting in the Spring of 2007. In particular: Clocks will be set ahead one hour on the second Sunday of March instead of the current first Sunday of April. Clocks will be set back one hour on the first Sunday… Read more »
Hebcal.com and hebcal for UNIX do not yet take into consideration the change to Daylight Saving Time that is part of the Energy Policy Act of 2005. We expect to implement this change in the next few months. [Update 13 Feb 2006: hebcal.com is now running hebcal 3.5, which uses the new dates for DST… Read more »
The Hebcal Torah Reading pages now include an indication of special Maftir and Haftarah when they occur. For example, since Parashat Toldot coincides with Shabbat Machar Chodesh on November 13, we read a special Haftarah.
I’d like to wish a sweet New Year to all Hebcal.com users. Rosh Hashana 5765 begins at sundown on September 15, 2004. If you’re looking to update your PDA or PIM program, Hebcal.com offers a personalized Jewish calendar for any year 0000-9999. You can export a Jewish holidays, candle lighting times, and Torah readings to… Read more »