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What about the 4 blood moons 2014-2015 as an event feature to be added

jubilees6969 3 years ago updated by Cassandra D. Everhart 3 years ago 1

How about  adding

the 4 blood moons of 2014-2015  being the final jubilee year event,to your customizactions

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Shabbos later this year prior to the first day of Chanukah

risa mandell 3 years ago updated by Michael J. Radwin 2 years ago 2

thanks for Hebcal.  Shabbos this past Friday, December 20 began in Philadelphia, PA USA at 4:19; that’s two minutes later than the previous Shabbos.  Usually, Shabbos doesn’t start to get later until the following one or two Sabbaths following Chanukah.  What’s going on? 

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Need to re-establish access to Hebrew Calendar 9.

SoraLeah Leschen 3 years ago updated by Michael J. Radwin 1 year ago 2

When my new hard drive was installed, I lost access to Hebrew Calendar 9. Can you help me get it up again?

Answer
Michael J. Radwin 1 year ago

Hi, thanks for your message.

Calendar Maven used to provide an application with a similar name for Windows. The Calendar Maven company, formerly online at calendar-maven.com, now appears to be defunct.

Hebcal.com, a different product, is a free Jewish calendar and holiday web site. Hebcal is not affiliated with CalendarMaven.

Unfortunately, Hebcal.com doesn't support a native application on Windows or Mac, nor do we have native apps for Android or iPhone. At this point we're currently a website that allows exporting/downloading calendar data to lots of different applications. You can download/subscribe to a fresh feed here:

http://www.hebcal.com/ical/

Or if you want advanced settings like candle lighting times for Shabbat and holidays, Ashkenazi transliterations, Israeli holiday schedule, etc, go to our Customize Calendar page here:

http://www.hebcal.com/hebcal

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Parshat Terumah 2020

navah kogen 3 years ago updated by Horea Kaii 3 years ago 3

Hi there - I was just looking at Parshat Terumah in 2020, and found that the aliyot for full kriyah don't line up with the tikkun (and multiple chumashim that I consulted to double check). The 2nd aliyah should be 25:17-40 (which is the end of 25), and then the aliyot continue to differ from there on. Is there anyone who can address this, so others aren't confused? Thanks! 

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Only export minor holidays

amenaged1 3 years ago updated by Patsy J. Moore 3 years ago 2

I'm trying to make two separate calendars, one with only the major holidays and one with only the minor holidays, to have no duplicates. When I try to only export the minor holidays, it automatically includes the major ones. Is there any way to remove this feature? 

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Pirkei Avos

Srulie T 3 years ago updated by Michael J. Radwin 1 year ago 1

Any way to add the weekjly perek to the database?

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Remove hebcal calendar events from outlook.com

ClaudeT 4 years ago updated by Michael J. Radwin 1 year ago 1

I have added Hebcal 2018-19 to Outlook.com by downloading it directly. I have not created an additional calendar, so everything is in Outlook.com Unfortunately, it seems that have made that twice and my default Outlook.com Calendar has all duplicate events. How can I restore my Outlook.com calendar?

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Michael J. Radwin 1 year ago

Hi, thanks for using Hebcal, and we're sorry to hear about those duplicate events.

We don't know of an easy way to bulk-delete many events directly from Outlook.com, but if you have Outlook for Mac or Outlook for Windows attached to your Outlook.com account, you may be able to follow instructions like this to easily remove duplicates:

https://www.hebcal.com/home/1860/outlook-mac-delete-hebcal-jewish-calendar-merged-events

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How old am I in Hebrew years?

Shia 6 years ago updated by Michael J. Radwin 6 years ago 1

Do you have a calculator to find out one's age in Hebrew time?

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Candle Lighting Times / Shabbat ? Chag End Times in Los Angeles 2022-2023

Abner Sadik 1 month ago updated by Michael J. Radwin 1 month ago 1

Hi - I need a candle lighting and shabbat/chag end time chart for the upcoming year of 2022-2023. How can i create one for Los Angeles?

Thanks

Something that looks like this picture

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Michael J. Radwin 1 month ago

Hi, thanks for contacting Hebcal.

Yes! Check out this page:


Candle-lighting Times Year at a Glance

Fill out the form below to get Shabbat and holiday candle lighting times and Parashat haShavuah (weekly Torah Portion) for the entire year on a single page. You can print it out and post it on your refrigerator.

https://www.hebcal.com/home/shabbat/fridge

Shabbat shalom!