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Sep 4, 2017
U.S. refiner Phillips 66 requests Jones Act waiver to use foreign ships after Harvey
U.S. refiner Phillips 66 has requested a Jones Act waiver to allow it to use foreign vessels to move crude or products to and from its 260,000-barrel-per-day Alliance refinery in Louisiana after Hurricane Harvey, the company said on Sunday.
Japan Times
Sep 1, 2017
U.S. releases million barrels of oil from strategic reserve as fuel prices spike
The U.S. Energy Department said on Thursday it would release a second batch of oil from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve totaling 1 million barrels as Tropical Storm Harvey's disruption of the petroleum industry has spiked motor fuel prices.
Japan Times
Feb 14, 2017
Tokyo startup offers QR code app for those who want to shop like Michael Jackson
In the 2003 documentary "Living With Michael Jackson," the late King of Pop was filmed shopping for art and furniture in a Las Vegas store, pointing at things he liked and walking out, leaving his handlers to settle the bill.
Japan Times
Mar 26, 2014
Chasing a Phantom of success
Based on "Le Fantôme de l'Opéra," a 1911 novel by the French author of detective fiction, Gaston Leroux, and transformed into a musical composed, co-written and produced by Englishman Andrew Lloyd Webber (now Baron Lloyd-Webber), "The Phantom of the Opera" was first produced in London in 1986 and went...
Japan Times
Nov 28, 2013
Paul Greengrass brings real-life action to the screen with 'Captain Phillips'
Paul Greengrass once seemed like the least likely candidate to be a director of Hollywood blockbusters: the Cambridge graduate started his career by putting in 10 years as a documentary filmmaker/journalist for the hard-hitting British current affairs program "World In Action." When he moved into feature...
Nov 22, 2013
Hollywood: a peddler of U.S. political propaganda
It's unforgivable for Hollywood to promote America's we're-the-good-guys party line at the expense of the victims of the system.
Oct 19, 2013
Ex-Oilers coach Phillips, 90, dies
AP — Bum Phillips, the folksy Texas football icon who coached the Houston Oilers during their Luv Ya Blue heyday and also led the New Orleans Saints, died Friday. He was 90.


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