A weekly feature of Torah Tidbits to help clarify practical and conceptual aspects of the Jewish Calendar, thereby better fulfilling the mitzva of HaChodesh HaZeh Lachem...
First opportunity for KL was last Motza'Sh (Feb. 12). It was cloudy right after Maariv (in many places) and many people probably didn't check later in the evening when there were breaks in the clouds. On subsequent nights, there were many chances to say KL, but many people are not tuned in to KL except on Motza"Sh. If that is the case, this Motza"Sh is a good opportunity, weather permitting. Last op for KL this month is next Wed. night at 10:50pm.
This coming Wednesday and Thursday are Purim Katan and Shushan Purim Katan. We do not say Tachanun or Lamenatzei'ach. Some say to add a little to your regular meal in honor of the days that would have been Purim had this year not been a SHANA M'UBERET, a 2-Adar year. No eulogies and no fasting. Fasting is optional for a Chatan & Kallah.