Question: Shalom. The Mechaber in Orach Chaim 493:2 says that one should not trim his hair until the 33rd day of the Omer and in the same sentence (without saying… Read more »
Category: Counting the Omer
Question: Your interesting answer to listening to Classical Music During Sefiras Ha’Omer is at http://dinonline.org/2014/05/07/classical-music-during-sefiras-haomer/. Your answer then goes on to say this: “Please see our article of last year,… Read more »
Can one listen to music on Chol ha-Moed Pesach? Answer: Yes, it is permitted to listed to music, and to play music on Chol ha-Moed (Pesach, and likewise Sukkot). Best wishes.
Question: Can you get a haircut on Chol ha-Moed Pesach? Answer: No, it is not permitted to take a haircut on Chol ha-Moed (Shulchan Aruch 531:1-2). It is only permitted… Read more »
Can one make kiddush and shechiyanu after plag hamincha on shavuos night, and daven marriv later after tzas hacochovim? Can a women light candles likewise after plag? Answer: On Shavuos… Read more »