By Exception Staff August 04, 2010

Can anyone resist the "moist, slightly sweet and very tasty" hoki fish that fills the McDonald's Filet-O-Fish?

By Exception Staff August 04, 2010

Does Maine's uninhabited interior around Katahdin need to be protected by the federal government?

Advocates have proposed turning 3.2 million acres, an area larger than Yellowstone and Yosemite National Parks combined, into the Maine Woods National Park. They first need Congress to authorize the National Park Service to conduct a feasibility study of the idea.

By Exception Staff August 04, 2010

In case you missed the Exception Magazine's coverage of Maine last month, the chart below is here to help.

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By Exception Staff August 04, 2010

Researchers are evaluating how much ocean predators depend on fish that migrate up fresh water rivers.

By Exception Staff August 04, 2010

Shaquille O'Neal has signed a deal with the Celtics, instantly turning Boston's Big Three into a Big Four.

By Exception Staff July 26, 2010

A letter will be sent to the board chairs and chief executive officers of AIG, Citigroup, the CIT Group, M&T Bank, Regions Financial and SunTrust Banks.

By Uri Avnery July 26, 2010

Since I witnessed the rise of the Nazis during my childhood in Germany, my nose always tickles when it smells something fascist, even when the odor is still faint.

By R. Stefan Deeran July 25, 2010

Life as a member of the paparazzi is not just about waiting around or coaxing celebrities into view like they are animals at the zoo. It's primarily "all about the hustle," as one guy put it.

By Exception Staff July 25, 2010

Which show will hold your attention for the rest of the summer?

By Exception Staff July 24, 2010

The Sea Dogs lost to rehabbing Washington Nationals’ starter Jason Marquis.

By Thomas Fuller July 23, 2010

It happens every summer after the World Series of Poker. The crash landing. There is so much energy at the Series.

By Exception Staff July 23, 2010

Floyd Landis was riding high when he won the Tour de France. But his win was revoked after he was found to be using performance-enhancing drugs.

By Exception Staff July 23, 2010

Political personality Sarah Palin is continuing her climb up the celebreality ranks.

According to a report in In Touch Weekly, Kate Gosselin will bring her kids up to Alaska for a camping trip with the former Vice President contender. Of course, the cameras will be there for TLC's show about the Gosselin clan.

“[Sarah's] excited because it will be fun and educational for the children. Sarah will even teach Kate how to avoid bears!” an insider claims.

By Exception Staff July 23, 2010

We first learned about how creepy Mel Gibson really is when he went on an anti-Semitic rant during a DUI bust back in 2006. The actor berated the arresting officer, who is Jewish, by saying "F--- Jews. The Jews are responsible for all the wars in the world. Are you a Jew?"

Now Oksana Grigorieva, Mel's ex who accuses him of domestic violence, is claiming the movie star made another anti-Semitic comment.

“I want Jew blood on my hands,” the actor supposedly said in reference to a Hollywood figure who is Jewish because the person may have “publicly humiliated” Gibson.

By Exception Staff July 23, 2010

An active Maine Tea Party group is distancing itself from other Tea Party chapters that have been accused of racism.

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