Forum for Hebcal.com - Free Jewish holiday calendars, Hebrew date converters and Shabbat times
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Frank Goldsmith 2 months ago 0
When I subscibe to Hebcal, the times for Shabbat candle-lighting and Havdalah are shown as "busy." On a different subscription account, the names are correctly stated. How can I change the "busy" to the correct names for the events?

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sdrummer718 2 months ago 0
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jedhead101 2 months ago • updated by Michael J. Radwin 2 months ago 1

How do you pronounce the website name? It is very important to me and I need an answer please. Thank you.

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Michael J. Radwin 2 months ago

Hebcal is pronounced HEEB-kal, as in Hebrew calendar).

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Dan Benitah 2 months ago • updated by Michael J. Radwin 2 months ago 2

When asking for the flash briefing, would be great to get the next candle lighting

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RabbiMeirah 3 months ago 0

I am trying to figure out the Torah reading for a person who died Oct. 21 2016. It is Sukkot, Chol ha Moed day 3 (5th day of Sukkot.) I am finding two problems. 1. In the calendar, the days of Sukkot are listed, I through VII, noting which ones are Chol ha Mo'ed. When I go to the Torah portions, the designation for what "day" it is is listed a little differently. Then, for my day in question, The final aliyah seems to go back and repeat a previous aliyah, but not the one directly previous. I don't know how to toggle between this page and the relevant Hebcal page to check while I am writing this to you. These things confuse me a lot, so I would like another's eyes to check it out. Thanks!

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Michael J. Radwin 4 months ago

You'll find instructions on how to remove Hebcal from Microsoft Outlook, iPhone, iPad, Mac OS X Desktop Calendar, Android (via Google Calendar), etc. on this page:


https://www.hebcal.com/home/category/import/remove