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Gary Griggs, Our Ocean Backyard | Take time to focus on positives

Santa Cruz Sentinel 12 Sep 2021
and global energy, capturing wind energy from offshore is now increasingly competitive, sustainable and clean. Europe already has 3,250 offshore wind turbines with more planned or under construction ... In March 2021, the Sierra Club stated that “It’s past time to push for more offshore wind.”.
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Outdoor notes: Halifax Sport Fishing Club announces monthly speaker

Daytona Beach News-Journal 10 Sep 2021
The Halifax Sport Fishing Club’s monthly seminar is this Thursday and will cover offshore trolling ... Club members, family and friends are encouraged to attend this informative presentation ... For more information go to the club's website or Facebook page, or contact Scott Ibison at programs@hsfc.com.
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US: After Ida’s fury, major hurdles to restart oil and gas plants

Al Jazeera 31 Aug 2021
Hurricane Ida knocked out at least 94 percent of offshore Gulf of Mexico oil and gas production and caused “catastrophic” damage to Louisiana’s grid ... Oil companies began surveying offshore platforms for damages ... The closures included Louisiana Offshore Oil Port (LOOP), the largest privately-owned crude export and import terminal in the US.
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The memory remains: A past-obsessed, underwater world in ‘Reminiscence’

Albuquerque Journal 27 Aug 2021
What would it be like living in such a world? It’s reasonable, maybe even responsible to consider it. Joy, who wrote and directed the movie, has sensibly concluded we would probably spend a lot of time remembering better days ... Pictures) ... Jackman is a more reassuring presence ... She’s a singer at a club in a dark, neon-lit offshore district ... .
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A past-obsessed, underwater world in ‘Reminiscence’

Daily Times Chronicle 27 Aug 2021
Just as surely as climate change is scarring the land and warming the seas, it is also flooding our movies. The planet's imperiled future has been in the DNA of disaster movies like "The Day After Tomorrow" for years, of course ... Or, at least, more so ... Jackman is a more reassuring presence ... She's a singer at a club in a dark, neon-lit offshore district.
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Movie review: A past-obsessed, underwater world in 'Reminiscence'

Gloucester Times 23 Aug 2021
Just as surely as climate change is scarring the land and warming the seas, it is also flooding our movies. The planet's imperiled future has been in the DNA of disaster movies like “The Day After Tomorrow” for years, of course ... Or, at least, more so ... Mae is a singer at a club in a dark, neon-lit offshore district ... “Reminiscence,” a Warner Bros ... .
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Review: A past-obsessed, underwater world in ‘Reminiscence’

Poteau Daily News 20 Aug 2021
Just as surely as climate change is scarring the land and warming the seas, it is also flooding our movies. The planet’s imperiled future has been in the DNA of disaster movies like “The Day After Tomorrow” for years, of course ... Or, at least, more so ... Jackman is a more reassuring presence ... She’s a singer at a club in a dark, neon-lit offshore district.
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Review: A past-obsessed, underwater world in 'Reminiscence'

Messenger-Inquirer 20 Aug 2021
Just as surely as climate change is scarring the land and warming the seas, it is also flooding our movies. The planet's imperiled future has been in the DNA of disaster movies like “The Day After Tomorrow” for years, of course ... Or, at least, more so ... Jackman is a more reassuring presence ... She's a singer at a club in a dark, neon-lit offshore district.
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Review: ‘Reminiscence’ will leave you floating in canals of unease

The Mercury News 20 Aug 2021
By Jake Coyle . Associated Press. Just as surely as climate change is scarring the land and warming the seas, it is also flooding our movies. The planet’s imperiled future has been in the DNA of disaster movies like “The Day After Tomorrow” for years, of course ... She’s a singer at a club in a dark, neon-lit offshore district.
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Black sea bass, triggerfish among strong cast of species being caught this month

Atlantic City 17 Aug 2021
Offshore at various times has tuna, white and blue marlin, mahi and tilefish ... Brian Logue reported that the Polarizer racked up nine white marlin releases over two days in the Ocean City Marlin and Tuna Club Offshore Open ... It's based at the Canyon Club in Cape May and at Sunset Marina in Ocean City, Maryland.
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The greatest thing about every single North Jersey town, part 2

NJ dot com 17 Aug 2021
Garden State Elite Volleyball Club ... Athletes are offered services, programs, products and leagues “not currently available at any other club or facility in the state,” according to the website ... New Jersey Badminton Club ... The Lake Hopatcong Yacht Club is now located on Bertrand Island, and just offshore is the unfortunately named Bedbug Island.
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Report shows criminal was able to buy a club

The Times/The Sunday Times 10 Aug 2021
An investigation by Al Jazeera has found that a fixer with involvement in takeovers of English football clubs has shown how offshore trusts can be used to ...
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How a convicted criminal can buy a famous English football club

Al Jazeera 10 Aug 2021
The Magician” is Christopher Samuelson, a football dealmaker and offshore finance specialist ... He has just been told by an undercover reporter, posing as the agent for a fictitious Chinese investor who wants to buy an English football club, that the investor has criminal convictions ... He rattled off the names and prices of clubs for sale.
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Investigation reveals how football can be used to launder money

Al Jazeera 09 Aug 2021
English football clubs can be bought by criminals to launder the proceeds of their crimes, an Al Jazeera undercover investigation has revealed ... Now, he wanted to launder it by buying a football club, Samuelson was told ... In 2004, he arranged a deal using opaque offshore trusts for a secretive Russian tycoon to buy Premier League club, Everton.
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English football club ready for sale to 'criminal': report

Urdu Point 09 Aug 2021
An investigation by the Al Jazeera broadcaster to be released Monday found that middlemen were prepared to enable a fictitious criminal investor to buy a storied English football club ... The broadcaster said its undercover reporters met with "Christopher Samuelson, an offshore trust expert and football deal maker".
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