Mala Hass, Bella Hass, Ita Hass, Sarah Hass - Songs Of The Holidays And Festivals Of All Year Round (LP).
Rudolph "Rudie" Gustav Hass (June 5, 1892 - October 24, 1952) was an amateur horticulturist who first grew the Hass avocado, the source of 95% of California avocados grown commercially today. Rudolph Gustav Hass was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin on June 5, 1892 to Henry C. Hass and Alma F. Hass (née Zergman). Known as Rudie, Hass quit school after finishing 10th grade at age 15 and went to work.
Amira Hass (Hebrew: עמירה הס; born 28 June 1956) is an Israeli journalist and author, mostly known for her columns in the daily newspaper Haaretz. She is particularly recognized for her reporting on Palestinian affairs in the West Bank and Gaza, where she has also lived for a number of years.
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Each community usually has its own events, but Birmingham and London see some of the largest organised celebrations and feasts. August: Edinburgh Festival Fringe - ‘The Fringe’ features over 50,000 performances and more than 3,000 shows, over three weeks every August. November: Outburst Arts Festival - Now in its second decade, Outburst is an annual showcase to allow LGBTQ+ people of all backgrounds find a home for stories and creative ideas. 5 November: Bonfire night - This event marks the anniversary of Guy Fawkes’ plot to blow up the House of Lords in 1605. Wrap up warm and head out to one of the thousands of organised bonfire night events across the UK to enjoy the spectacular firework displays. December: Hanukkah - Jewish communities across the UK celebrate Hannukkah, the Festival of Lights.
Along with Paul Ebenkamp, he annotated each word of Whitman's epic 52-part poem, one of the first ever to be written in extended free verse. Read an excerpt from Hass' introduction to the poem. Hass notes that Whitman made several changes to the text throughout his lifetime, altering phrases here and there to reflect different phases in his own life.
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Hass planted the seeds on his property in La Habra Heights, CA, which already had a few mature Fuerte avocado trees. After the seeds he had planted grew into immature trees, Hass used cuttings from the Fuerte trees to perform a grafting of the newly planted avocado trees with the Fuerte avocado. Grafting is a horticultural process often used on fruit trees to ensure that the desired variety of fruit continues to grow on the new tree
The Hass avocado has grown from the rarest of crops to one of the most popular fruits of its kind. Read the "Growing Hass Avocado" story here. More than 95% of avocados consumed by Americans come from Hass trees grown above & below the equator, so there’s a plentiful supply all year round. That’s a meteoric rise for a plant that didn’t even exist a century ago. Learn How to Pick the Perfect Avocado. The birth of the Hass avocado was essentially a stroke of luck. Rudolf Hass, a California mailman, and amateur horticulturist purchased and planted three avocado seedlings in 1926. One grew into a tree whose fruit had never been seen. The skin of this new avocado was dimpled and thicker than most.
The holiday of Maslenitsa (Shrovetide), for example, has roots in Paganism and is an age-old tradition that has been passed along from generation to generation. Caroling is common with songs often sung by costumed singers. The most devout Russians end this religious period on Epiphany by taking a dip in the icy water of a river or stream, said to be bestowed with magical powers and symbolizing of the baptism of Jesus.