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Stream NJ screamo band Massa Nera’s stunning new album ‘Derramar | Querer | Borrar’

It's been a big year for OG screamo, with new albums from City of Caterpillar and Gospel and the ...

It's been a big year for OG screamo, with new albums from City of Caterpillar and Gospel and the Saetia reunion shows, but there are also newer bands keeping that style of screamo alive, and one of the best ones around is NJ's Massa Nera (who opened one of the Saetia shows). Across one full-length, two splits, two EPs, and years of phenomenal live shows, Massa Nera built up a reputation as one of the most commanding, uncompromising, and ferocious bands in the genre's current wave, and their new sophomore LP Derramar | Querer | Borrar is their most expansive project yet. The band co-produced it with Saetia/Off Minor member Steve Roche, and it's a concept album with recurring themes and lyrics throughout, songs that segue directly into each other, and a drone at the beginning and end of the album that turns it into a seamless loop if you're listening on repeat.

Throughout the album, all four members trade throat-shredding screams that largely deals with struggling to exist "within a system that has seemingly eradicated any and all hope for an alternative to capitalism." They offer up pure screamo fury, towering post-rocky sections, grand string arrangements, and a hypnotic electronic interlude that breaks up all the chaos. It's a remarkable album; some moments fire you up with Massa Nera's raw, unfiltered anger, and other moments are simply breathtaking. It's as abrasive as it is beautiful, as sprawling as it is intimate. Derramar | Querer | Borrar honors various traditions of the screamo genre without ever sounding like rehashed genre worship; it feels urgent and fresh, just like Massa Nera's forebears did 20-30 years ago.

The album's out everywhere this Friday (12/2) via Zegema Beach Records, but a full stream premieres one day early right here:

Masa Nera also have upcoming shows, including a Brooklyn record release show on Saturday (12/3) at Gold Sounds with the stacked lineup of Dreamwell, My Fictions, Sonagi, and Stress Spells. All dates:

Massa Nera -- 2022/2023 Tour Dates12/01: Factory Records (Dover, NJ) with Burial Dance, Raptureisdead!, and Silithyst12/02: Planet Earth (Philadelphia, PA) with Sonagi, Mt. Ida, and Half/Cross12/03: Gold Sounds Bar (Brooklyn, NY) with Dreamwell, My Fictions, Sonagi, and Stress Spells12/09: Milky Mansion (New Brunswick, NJ) with Hundreds of AU, Burial Dance, and Stress Spells12/10: Paul's Place (Beverly, MA) with Love Lace, Cape Crush, Conor Ryan Hennessy, and This Body Is All I Have in This World12/11: Orchard House (New Haven, CT) with Let's Get Invisible, Burning Hand, and Marion01/04: Mrs. Riley's Publik House (High Bridge, NJ) with Bleached Cross, Shamewave, and Haldol

Afghan refugee family loses everything in N.J. house fire. Community rallies to help.

A family of seven refugees who fled Afghanistan last year and started a new life in New Jersey lost everything in a devastating fire that ravaged their home on Thanksgiving Eve, and their newfound community is rallying to help.Jamie Yeung, the owner of the Mount Arlington home the family was renting, started a GoFundMe the day after the Nov. 23 fire. The couple, who did not have renters insurance, has five kids u...

A family of seven refugees who fled Afghanistan last year and started a new life in New Jersey lost everything in a devastating fire that ravaged their home on Thanksgiving Eve, and their newfound community is rallying to help.

Jamie Yeung, the owner of the Mount Arlington home the family was renting, started a GoFundMe the day after the Nov. 23 fire. The couple, who did not have renters insurance, has five kids under the age of 14.

“They’re just really good people,” Yeung told NJ Advance Media. “I mean, the times that I do visit the property to do work, they cook an entire meal for my family, so we’ve gotten really close.”

The blaze destroyed both the upstairs and downstairs units in the house. Police believe the fire was started by an extension cord in the upstairs unit, Yeung said. The Afghan family lived in the downstairs unit.

Yeung said she has insurance for the house, but it didn’t cover the renters and she’s working with the company to see what can be done to help.

The upstairs renter did have insurance, she said, “so that wasn’t that big of a concern, but I just feel horrible that these people escaped a war-torn country, came to the U.S., and then have to restart their lives over again.”

The family, who did not want to be named due to privacy concerns, has found another place to live in nearby Mine Hill, Yeung said.

She initially started raising funds through family and friends, and set up a GoFundMe after a friend’s suggestion. It has raised more than $3,500, as of Thursday morning. She plans to present the family with the donations on Sunday.

Yeung also said she will personally contribute 10% of the GoFundMe’s final amount, up to $1,000.

Kelsi Gantt, a spokeswoman for GoFundMe, confirmed the fundraiser’s authenticity.

“Our Trust & Safety team is currently working with the GoFundMe organizer and will ensure the family receives the funds to support them as they rebuild from the fire,” she said.

Yeung, who currently lives in Philadelphia and has one other property in Dover, said the family started renting from her in April, after arriving in the country in 2021.

“They go above and beyond,” Yeung said, calling them “really great tenants.”

Morris County Touts Small Business Saturday With $15,000 Grant Delivery

Director Selen with Rajeev Chopra. Both men immigrated into the United States, starting out pumping gas as their first job. Both men became successful businessmen.Director Selen presents grant check to Rajeev Chopra, who is surrounded by his family. Also present are Deputy Director Krickus, & EDC's Ed Ramirez, Comm. Shaw, Cnl Pres dePierro & Mayor BarberioDirector Selen with Rajeev Chopra. Both men immigrated into the United States, starting out pumping gas as their first job. B...

Director Selen with Rajeev Chopra. Both men immigrated into the United States, starting out pumping gas as their first job. Both men became successful businessmen.

Director Selen presents grant check to Rajeev Chopra, who is surrounded by his family. Also present are Deputy Director Krickus, & EDC's Ed Ramirez, Comm. Shaw, Cnl Pres dePierro & Mayor Barberio

Director Selen with Rajeev Chopra. Both men immigrated into the United States, starting out pumping gas as their first job. Both men became successful businessmen.

Director Selen presents grant check to Rajeev Chopra, who is surrounded by his family. Also present are Deputy Director Krickus, & EDC's Ed Ramirez, Comm. Shaw, Cnl Pres dePierro & Mayor Barberio

PARSIPPANY, NJ – Another $15,000 Morris County Small Business Grant was delivered Nov. 23 by the Morris County Commissioners, who were joined by Parsippany Township’s Mayor and Council President and the Morris County Economic Development Corporation (EDC) in highlighting the importance of shopping locally when the nation recognizes Small Business Saturday.

“Small businesses are the backbone of Morris County,” said Commissioner Director Tayfun Selen. “They are the backbone of entire economy in New Jersey, which is why my fellow commissioners developed the Morris County Small Business Grant Program earlier this year. We need to support our local entrepreneurs, and this weekend everyone can join in by shopping locally during the annual Small Business Saturday.”

He joined Commissioner Deputy Director John Krickus and Commissioner Stephen Shaw in delivering a $15,000 grant to Rajeev Chopra at Chopra Auto Care in Parsippany. Joining them were Parsippany Mayor Jamie Barberio, Council President Michael dePierro, Ed Ramirez, Director of Business Resources and Professional Development for the EDC, and businessman Mickey Chopra, the shop owner’s brother.

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“During the pandemic, I had no business at all,” said Rajeev Chopra, who was surrounded by his family when he received the grant. “People were not driving, so they did not bring in their cars. This is going to help me a lot. I have some machines that are going to be updated. My tire machine is very old, and my balance machine is going to cost a lot. So, I am very thankful.”

Morris County launched its Small Business Grant Program on Valentine’s Day with $10 million in American Rescue Act Plan funds, and the commissioners have approved 782 applications to date.

“I know the Parsippany mayor, the council president, myself and other commissioners, we were passing out application forms for this grant program all over the place, and we hosted events here in Parsippany and Dover and Morristown and elsewhere to get the world out – and we were successful, so much so that we not only put $10 million into the program but had to add another $1.3 million,” said Commissioner Deputy Director John Krickus.

The added funds were approved last month because of a surge of applications filed just before the program closed on Sept. 30. The commissioners wanted to insure those businesses who applied late, and who may ultimately qualify, would be covered. Morris County is still processing about 85 additional applications.

“Parsippany is filled with small businesses,” said Mayor Barberio. “They make up a big portion of our economy, and we are very thankful to the Commissioner for this grant program. It has helped many of our local businesses, and I hope everyone will get out there this weekend to shop locally for Small Business Saturday.”

The Morris County Commissioners adopted a resolution Monday night declaring this Saturday, Nov. 26, to be Small Business Saturday in Morris County. Since 2010, the Saturday after Thanksgiving has been recognized nationwide as “Small Business Saturday” after it was launched by American Express. The national campaign encourages holiday shoppers to patronize local businesses.

The Morris County Chamber of Commerce and EDC helped Morris County this year promote the Morris County Small Business Grant Program.

“Small businesses are the heartbeat of our downtowns and an essential part of our economy,” stated Craig Schlosser, Managing Director of the Morris County Economic Development Corporation. “We are proud that New Jersey ranks 11th in the United States, with over 861,000 small businesses.”

Meghan Hunscher, President of the Morris County Chamber of Commerce in Florham Park, added, "We are glad to promote all of the ‘Shop Local’ initiatives that will benefit Morris County business owners.”

According to the United States Small Business Administration, there are 32.5 million small businesses in the United States, which account for 99.9 percent of all businesses in the United States and they are responsible for creating 1.5 million jobs annually and account for 64 percent of new jobs created in the U.S.

Despite lingering impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, U.S. consumers reported spending a record high total of $23.3 billion at independent retailers and restaurants on “Small Business Saturday 2021.”

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Developer rekindles Delaware Park hotel plan

CHRISTIANA – A Pennsylvania developer is planning to build a new hotel near the Delaware Park Casino & Racetrack about five years after a previous proposal didn’t get off the ground.Titan Hospitality, of Harrisburg, Pa., recently acquired the 3-acre site at 1000 Delaware Park Boulevard for $3.38 million, according to county land records.The seller was a subsidiary of ...

CHRISTIANA – A Pennsylvania developer is planning to build a new hotel near the Delaware Park Casino & Racetrack about five years after a previous proposal didn’t get off the ground.

Titan Hospitality, of Harrisburg, Pa., recently acquired the 3-acre site at 1000 Delaware Park Boulevard for $3.38 million, according to county land records.

The seller was a subsidiary of Blenheim Homes, the Newark-based builder of residential communities, including Bayberry in the Middletown area. It previously built a Residence Inn and Fairfield Inn in Dover, while also acquiring several out-of-state hotels.

Titan is now planning a 133-room, 84,000-square-foot hotel that would sit across the street from the Fairplay Train Station at Delaware Park, near the intersection of Churchman’s Road and Ogletown Stanton Road.

Although Blenheim Hotels had negotiated a franchise with Hilton for a Homewood Suites-branded hotel, a new brand is reportedly interested in the site under Titan’s plans.

Sal Shahriar, president of Titan, has not responded to requests for comment on its plans by Delaware Business Times over the past few weeks.

Titan is an owner-operator of upscale, select service brand hotels situated throughout the Northeast corridor. It has a portfolio of Marriott and Hilton-branded assets with an average building age of about four years.

“Titan’s long-term vision is to become the leading hospitality management company in its class, with a reputation as an operator of premier brands producing market premium return on investment,” the firm states on its website.

A hotel in Christiana would be Titan’s first in Delaware, as it currently owns and operates 15 hotels in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Connecticut and Virginia. It’s closest hotel currently is in Deptford Township, N.J.

When Bleinheim was setting its plans at the site, company officials said it would be geared toward Delaware Park customers, corporate crowds and guests visiting Christiana Hospital. That market strategy would not likely change under plans by Titan.

The plans come after Delaware Park has seen some dramatic changes, as a coalition of investors led by a Canadian private equity firm acquired the casino last year in a sale totaling at least $90 million. The casino and racetrack’s longtime owners, the Rickman family, reached a sale agreement with the investment firm Clairvest Group and a newly formed subsidiary of Rubico Gaming LLC, run by experienced gaming investor Thomas Benninger. He is a licensed gaming operator in multiple states and territories and has served on numerous corporate boards, including major casino operator Caesars Entertainment.

Meanwhile, the state’s hotel occupancy has steadily improved through 2022, largely matching or exceeding 2019 figures, according to Delaware Hotel and Lodging Association data. Delaware’s average occupancy rate through September was 60%, and the all-important revenue per available room metric (RevPar) reached a four-year high the same month at more than $92.

While much of that gain has been buffeted by steadily increasing tourism to Delaware’s coastal beaches, even New Castle County has seen improving occupancy and RevPar rates, falling just shy of 2019 levels as of September.

T.C. McCourt Speaks Up for the Residents of Dover

MORRISTOWN – Last Thursday, the alleged “Dover Democratic Committee” slate of candidates for Morris County Commissioner was removed from the ballot due to a lack of public support. The slate, pushed by Dover Alderman Edward Correa, needed just 100 signatures from voters to run in this county of over 500,000 residents. Somehow, they managed to fall short of this easily attainable goal.Later that evening, during an event in Morristown held by the New Jersey Democratic State Committee, a mobile billboard leveling childi...

MORRISTOWN – Last Thursday, the alleged “Dover Democratic Committee” slate of candidates for Morris County Commissioner was removed from the ballot due to a lack of public support. The slate, pushed by Dover Alderman Edward Correa, needed just 100 signatures from voters to run in this county of over 500,000 residents. Somehow, they managed to fall short of this easily attainable goal.

Later that evening, during an event in Morristown held by the New Jersey Democratic State Committee, a mobile billboard leveling childish attacks at Morris County Democratic Committee Chair Chip Robinson was seen circling the venue.

“Alderman Correa has expressed a supposed desire for party unity in his statements to the press since he was not endorsed for re-election by the Morris County Democratic Committee,” said T.C. McCourt, Candidate for County Commissioner and a proud Dover resident. “Apparently, his idea of party unity includes attacking Chip Robinson AND being the only Democratic municipal chair in Morris County to oppose what is one of the most diverse slates of county candidates ever.”

Questions remain as to whether the members of the Dover Democratic Committee were even consulted on the use of their organization’s name for the slate. This is most evident by the fact that Alderwoman Sandra Wittner, who serves as the Vice-Chair of the Dover Democratic Committee, was responsible for filing the challenge to the petitions filed by Alderman Correa’s commissioner slate.

“It’s curious to me that all of the people who seem to be hell-bent on keeping Alderman Correa in office are from OUTSIDE of Dover,” McCourt continued. “People like NJ Transit Chief of Staff Justin Davis and former Parsippany Councilwoman Janice McCarthy were all-too-willing to circulate these doomed petitions. And to then see employees of State Senator Richard Codey, whose influence over Dover’s government has raised serious concerns with Dover residents, well, that was just the icing on the cake.”

The McCourt, Hernandez, and Sharma Team is thankful to the Morris County Clerk’s Office for conducting a thorough review of the nominating petitions’ validity. We are also thankful that this challenge, fueled by personal vendetta rather than the real issues on the minds of voters, is over.

“Judy, Alicia, and I are ready to engage with voters of all Morris County communities to ensure that our government leaves no one behind,” said McCourt. “Further, we look forward to helping ensure that Alderwoman Sandra Wittner, Alderman Humberto Quiñones, Karol Ruiz, and former Alderman Marcos Tapia are victorious in their primary. It’s time to remove the toxic politics from Dover’s government, stop holding the system hostage, and get to work.”

The McCourt, Hernandez, and Sharma Team stands shoulder-to-shoulder with our fellow candidates in Column 1 in building better communities for all.

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