New Hebrew-only calendar option

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By popular demand, we are pleased to announce a Hebrew-only calendar. Previously users had to see both Hebrew and transliterations, but we’ve added more flexibility in how the results get displayed. On the Hebcal Custom Calendar page, there is a new Event titles user interface section which offers the “Hebrew only” option. There are actually… Read more »

Vayishlach Haftarah correction

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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 iPhone Chanukah app

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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.

Hebcal now integrates with Google Calendar

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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: