Perigee was from the article linked above. Moonrise was from a local article to which I erroneously added 3 hours - duh that's why we have time zones. Perigee time should have been correct since it is not dependent on the Earth's rotation. Exact minute of moonrise/sunrise will depend on your longitude at the moment (dependent on earth's rotation and orbital movement/position of the moon). I should have said to check you local almanac for exact moonrise time but didn't. My bad.