Global Warming Conflicts and Solutions -Documentary to Make Change

A short clip to help raise funds for the initiative from its director, Alexander Cornell du Houx: The Solon Center for Research and Publishing has agreed to publish books based upon this documentary project which highlights conflicts around the globe that are a direct result of climate change and how community solutions, already available, couldContinue reading “Global Warming Conflicts and Solutions -Documentary to Make Change”

Hélène Farrar’s eclitic work on exhibit at UMF Community Arts Center

A vibrant solo exhibit by visual artist Hélène Farrar launches the UMF Emery Community Arts Center’s spring schedule. The show, “What We Carry,” runs from Jan. 17 to March 19, and features an opening reception from 5-7 p.m., Friday, Jan. 20. The exhibit is free and open to the public. “Balance” by Hélène Farrar Farrar’sContinue reading “Hélène Farrar’s eclitic work on exhibit at UMF Community Arts Center”

A Winter’s Apprentice is the first account of a craftsman working in a Maine boat yard

By Ramona du HouxJohn Willey shares insights into life in a Maine boatyard, where he worked and kept a journal from 1978 to ’79 in his book, A Winter’s Apprentice. John’s perspectives are unique coming from being a scholar and private investigator. He knew he was working amoung a group of outstanding craftsmen and involved in a dyingContinue reading “A Winter’s Apprentice is the first account of a craftsman working in a Maine boat yard”

Neil Rolde’s comprehensive history of the War Refugee Board

By Ramona du Houx Of the nine million Jews who had resided in Europe before the Holocaust, approximately two-thirds were killed. Many of the same elements that led to the Holocaust survive today. Maine author, Neil Rolde, has dedicated himself to broadening our awareness of this era. His histories highlight the degree to which theContinue reading “Neil Rolde’s comprehensive history of the War Refugee Board”

Climate Change Causes Conflicts-Documentary Project to Bring Change

A short clip to help raise funds for the initiative from its director, Alexander Cornell du Houx: The Solon Center for Research and Publishing has agreed to publish books based upon this documentary project which highlights conflicts around the globe that are a direct result of climate change and how community solutions, already available, couldContinue reading “Climate Change Causes Conflicts-Documentary Project to Bring Change”

Maine’s Equal Protection of the Laws: America’s 14th Amendment Exhibit

Maine’s Equal Protection of the Laws: America’s 14th Amendment exhibit opens on Thursday, September 22nd and runs through December 22nd, 2016. The exhibit will be at the Michael Klahr Center on the campus of the University of Maine at Augusta, 46 University Drive in Augusta. Themes depicted relate to many areas of American society covered by the amendment: including dueContinue reading “Maine’s Equal Protection of the Laws: America’s 14th Amendment Exhibit”

Blue Heron in Solon, Maine by Ramona du Houx

  When the Sacred Waterbird, Blue Heron, comes to you in the Native American Totem tradition it gives you a lesson of self-reflection. Heron “medicine” teaches us about the power of knowing ourselves so that we can discover our gifts and face our challenges.  We learn to accept all of our feelings and opinions andContinue reading “Blue Heron in Solon, Maine by Ramona du Houx”

Maine’s Polar Bear & Co. Books

To view more about these books please go HERE. So view the latest publications please go Here. Polar Bear & Company has been publishing high-quality works of cultural significance since 1998, with over 60 titles, with worldwide distribution. We produce books that make a difference to our cultural heritage, creative economy and democracy. We strive to enhanceContinue reading “Maine’s Polar Bear & Co. Books”