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JOJO’S BIZARRE ADVENTURE WORLD is Coming to California and New Jersey

JOJO WORLD is coming back this year to the United States. Now titled “JOJO’S BIZARRE ADVENTURE WORLD”, the event will be held at San Jose, California, and Edgewater, New Jersey.For those unaware, JOJO WORLD was a limited-time amusement center for the JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure ...

JOJO WORLD is coming back this year to the United States. Now titled “JOJO’S BIZARRE ADVENTURE WORLD”, the event will be held at San Jose, California, and Edgewater, New Jersey.

For those unaware, JOJO WORLD was a limited-time amusement center for the JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure anime organized by Bandai Namco Amusement, which was held in Japan from March 5, 2021 to May 29, 2022.

It also appeared in ExCel, London at MCM Comic Con 2023 from May 26 to 28, 2022, and then in New York at Anime NYC from November 17 to 19, 2023.

An upgraded version of the event, titled JOJO WORLD2 ran in Japan from August 2022 to April 2023. A third edition, titled JOJO WORLD Quizzes will be taking place in Japan from March 2024 to May 2024.

Merchandise Information

They offer a selection of 11 different products in their merchandise lineup.

Mini Games

At the San Jose and New Jersey events, they brought 3 kinds of mini games.

Novelty Goods

① During the event period, they are giving away limited illustration sheets for 50 people a day.

② For every $30 spent, get a special purchase bonus illustration sheet. There are 6 designs in total.

What is JOJO’S BIZARRE ADVENTURE WORLD?

A traveling event where you can experience the world of the TV anime JOJO’S BIZARRE ADVENTURE! Play mini games brought from Japan, take photos, and browse event exclusive original merchandise! The event is time-limited in each city, so don’t miss out!

Schedule

Mitsuwa Marketplace – San Jose675 Saratoga Ave,San Jose, CA 95129March 7th – 27th, 2024Open: 12 PM – 8 PM

Edgewater, New JerseyMitsuwa Marketplace – New Jersey595 River Rd,Edgewater, NJ 07020April 5th – 25th, 2024Open: 12 PM – 8 PM

Toyo Suisan is holding a collaboration with their “Maruchan ZUBAAAN!” ramen products and the JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure anime series. The collaboration is primarily focused on the fourth part of JoJo, Diamond is Unbreakable.

When customers purchase two or more packs of eligible products, they will receive a collaboration sticker. There are three types of stickers, either featuring Josuke Higashikata, Okuyasu Nijimura, or Koichi Hirose.

They will roll out the products at some stores in early March. They are planned to be in places like supermarkets and drug stores. However, they won’t be in convenience stores.

Maruchan ZUBAAAN! x JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure Stickers

Above Josuke, Okuyasu, and Koichi is SFX mimicking the style of the onomatopoeia in the JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure series. The SFX says “ZUBAAAN” in katakana.

Eligible Products

The products are different flavors of instant ramen noodles, each in a 3-pack offering:

The last one with the blue box is a new product that Toyo Suisan is releasing on March 4, 2024.

Social Media Campaign

They are planning on holding a “Follow & Repost” campaign on social media. The website for the collaboration notes that this is coming soon.

Product Stats

The collaboration website mimics the Stand Stats from the JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure series with stats of their ramen products.

Lawsuits, accusations and investigations: Here's the story behind Edgewater's troubles

4-minute readNorthJersey.comEDGEWATER — A state investigation released last week found that elected and appointed officials actively worked to benefit a prominent Bergen County developer, confirming claims made by another developer in a lawsuit years ago.The New Jersey State Commission of Investigation report outlined how many Edgewater officials had connections to ...

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EDGEWATER — A state investigation released last week found that elected and appointed officials actively worked to benefit a prominent Bergen County developer, confirming claims made by another developer in a lawsuit years ago.

The New Jersey State Commission of Investigation report outlined how many Edgewater officials had connections to Fred Daibes, a local developer with property along the Hudson River, and that some of the ties included business contracts and, in one case, discounted rent for a luxury apartment.

Accusations, lawsuits and the most recent investigation have tied up the borough and its officials for years. Why and when did the trouble start?

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Story behind the state investigation

In 2017, 615 River Road Partners, LLC, filed a complaint in federal court against the borough, claiming officials had blocked it from building on its site on River Road because of the influence exerted by Daibes.

The developer did not respond to requests for comment regarding the findings of the investigation.

The complaint alleged that numerous officials — including the mayor and several Borough Council and zoning board members — receive cash payments, employment in enterprises linked to Daibes, or other favors from Daibes-owned businesses, such as apartments for below-market rent.

'Abdicated their sworn responsibilities'

In 2018, Daibes and a business associate were indicted in federal court on multiple counts in an alleged conspiracy to circumvent lending limits set by Mariner's Bank, which Daibes founded in 2001. He has since pleaded guilty.

“The commission’s investigation found borough officials repeatedly abdicated their sworn responsibilities to safeguard public tax monies and the interests of all residents, to protect their own personal and financial concerns and those of private developer Fred Daibes,” the report said.

The 18.7-acre former Hess oil terminal on River Road is the last piece of land to be developed along the Hudson River. A settlement agreement was reached with the borough in 2019 despite new lawsuits for the developers popping up and delaying future construction.

In 2018, court documents showed Daibes' close involvement with the future of the property, which was once considered to be part of an eminent domain plan and home to a public works facility instead of benefiting from tax ratables from a development.

Court documents showed that in 2017, zoning board member Jeffrey Mathieu sent an email to Daibes asking for his opinion on the rival development, which was due before the board.

“I would like to know your take on the Hess application coming before us on September 12,” Mathieu wrote.

Daibes replied: “I’m not in favor of the project at all.”

The emails and rent totals for public officials in Daibes' buildings are among several documents included as evidence in a federal lawsuit accusing borough officials of conspiring with Daibes to drive out competitors.

Edgewater Mayor Michael McPartland informed the town of the state probe in his New Year report in January. "The New Jersey State Commission of Investigation has been investigating the slanderous and defamatory accusations made by the 615 Partners, owners of the former Hess site," he wrote on the borough website.

McPartland referred to his official statement in the state's investigation report for his comment. In a letter dated March 17, he denied any wrongdoing and noted that he has known Daibes for 50 years. In his statement he said he has “never provided Mr. Daibes with any benefit he was not otherwise entitled to” and that he takes “serious offense at the innuendo that I have.”

He also said the rent incentives at the time of the new Daibes-owned apartment building were offered to everyone to increase the occupancy of the building.

“The truth is I have paid every dollar I owed for all of the time I have been at the Alexander. I never received any free rent,” McPartland said.

Other lawsuits

Despite the settlement with the borough, other lawsuits have prevented work from proceeding at 615 River Road.

Last year, multiple lawsuits were filed claiming the borough was "strong-armed" into the settlement agreement to avoid revealing its conflicts of interest with Daibes.

One lawsuit by Windsor Cove Associates LLC also cites conflicts of interest, saying the mayor and council were "eager" to enter into the settlement agreement "so there would never be a trial at which evidence of such conflicts would ever see the light of day."

Windsor Cove Associates owns two parcels of land in Edgewater. According to tax records, the properties are also owned by J. Demetrakis. The postal address for Windsor Cove Associates is the same as that of attorney David Carmel, who filed the lawsuit in state Superior Court in Bergen County. The address for both is 1 Bridge Plaza, Suite 519, in Fort Lee.

James Demetrakis, the luxury high-rise developer who helped transform Bergen County's Hudson River Gold Coast, avoided prison in 2019 when a judge sentenced him to two years' probation for a loan scheme that also entangled Daibes, his business partner.

Demetrakis also was assessed a $75,000 fine for allegedly conspiring to defraud Mariner's Bank, the Bergen County-based lender founded by Daibes.

Additional lawsuits were filed by SoJo Spa and Cliffside Park, which claimed the development would block their views. The borough attorney said that litigation was decided in favor of the developer and is currently in the appeals process with no current court date set.

A third lawsuit was filed against 615 River Road and the Edgewater Zoning Board of Adjustment last year by former council candidate Erik DiMarco claiming proper notice wasn't given to the surrounding property owners and for the meeting hearings.

Bonita by the River Opens in Edgewater

Summer is officially here and there is no better way to kick off the season than to enjoy a gorgeous new restaurant in the heart of Edgewater. Bonita by the River, located at 190 River Road, opened this past week, bringing a unique Euro-style tapas bar to the area just in time for summer. Read on to learn all about this new restaurant and its vibrant menu.The space at 190 River Road used to be home to Mariners Bistro but ha...

Summer is officially here and there is no better way to kick off the season than to enjoy a gorgeous new restaurant in the heart of Edgewater. Bonita by the River, located at 190 River Road, opened this past week, bringing a unique Euro-style tapas bar to the area just in time for summer. Read on to learn all about this new restaurant and its vibrant menu.

The space at 190 River Road used to be home to Mariners Bistro but has a new identity for Summer 2023 as Bonita by the River. The team behind popular Bergen County spots including Fig + Tomato, Cork + Crust, and Augie’s Trattoria is behind this new spot. Bonita by the Water will feature a traditional Spanish menu accented by other classic European flavors and twists made with fresh, locally sourced ingredients. This restaurant is good for an intimate date night or a night out with friends. It features a brunch, lunch, and drink menu that is to die for. The restaurant has an outdoor bar and deck to enjoy food and drinks.

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The lunch and dinner menus are reminiscent of an upscale Euro-style eatery, filled with hot and cold dishes and a blend of seasonal flavors. Options for lunch include salads, sandwiches, flatbreads, a raw bar, and a selection of appetizers. With classic Spanish dishes such as ham + manchego cheese croquetas and other plates such as the fig + prosciutto sandwich, which combines the sweet and savory flavors of two of our favorite summer ingredients. We are also gushing over the incredible raw bar offerings, which include chilled lobsters, tuna tartare, Bonita oysters, spicy shrimp ceviche, and – if you’re up for it – a seafood tower that could feed a small army.

The dinner menu is a bit more formal, with tapas, raw bar, flatbreads, as well as surf + turf entrees and side dishes. The tapas menu is a surefire way to start a great meal or accompany drinks and will whisk dinners to the Mediterranean with dishes like the grilled pulpo, shrimp Ibiza, or mussels y chorizo. The surf and turf entrees, which range between $23 and $73 include paella for two, stuffed lobster, Bronzino, a private reserve pork chop, and churrasco, amongst others.

The drinks are just as unique and refreshing as the menu and include an extensive wine and cocktail list. With wine by the glass and bottle, there are quite a few options for every palate including, reds, whites, + sparkling options ranging from $10-$15 by the glass and $30-$135 by the bottle. Don’t sleep on the Champagne + Oyster Bar. Trust us on this one.

On the cocktail menu, guests will find classics with a unique blend of options including some of the restaurant’s most popular choices including the Mediterranean Blues – Tito’s, blueberry, fresh lime, Figenza, cucumber, + mint as well as the Smoke on the River – Espolon Tequila Blanco, Sorel liquor, Grand Marnier, watermelon, fresh lime, and charred rosemary. Other options include a Grey Goose Le Citroen and a Bonita Martini Classico.

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Bonita by the River is located at 190 River Road in Edgewater. The restaurant is open Tuesday through Sunday for brunch (Sundays), lunch, and dinner. Check out the menu or make a reservation online.

Rite Aid To Close 1 Burlington County Store This Weekend

EDGEWATER PARK, NJ — Rite Aid will close one of its Burlington County locations this weekend, a company spokesperson confirmed to Patch.Sunday will mark the last day of business for the store on 1147 Cooper St., Edgewater Park — the third Rite Aid closure in New Jersey this month that Patch has confirmed.Edgewater Park customers can get their prescriptions at Rite Aid's Willingboro location (217 Sunset Rd.).Rite Aid has not confirmed whether any other Burlington County stores will shutter. But the Edgewater P...

EDGEWATER PARK, NJ — Rite Aid will close one of its Burlington County locations this weekend, a company spokesperson confirmed to Patch.

Sunday will mark the last day of business for the store on 1147 Cooper St., Edgewater Park — the third Rite Aid closure in New Jersey this month that Patch has confirmed.

Edgewater Park customers can get their prescriptions at Rite Aid's Willingboro location (217 Sunset Rd.).

Rite Aid has not confirmed whether any other Burlington County stores will shutter. But the Edgewater Park store's closure shows potential local impacts as Rite Aid reportedly prepares to file for bankruptcy protection because of the impact of opioid lawsuits.

The corporation hasn't gone public about plans to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. The Wall Street Journal reported Aug. 25 that Rite Aid is preparing to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protections, which would cover the company's $3.3 billion debt load and pending legal claims that it oversupplied prescription opioids.

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That filing was expected to include the closure of more than 400 of its 2,200 stores, Yahoo Finance reported. Rite Aid is faced with more than 1,000 lawsuits that are anticipated to be heard in an Ohio court, along with multiple challenges in other states "over its role in prescribing opioid treatments," an MSN report said.

Rite Aid planned to shut down a Morristown location Tuesday and will close a Toms River store Sept. 25. The company's press office has provided Patch with a blanket statement about each closure:

"Like all retail businesses, we regularly review each of our locations to ensure we are meeting the needs of our customers, communities and overall business. A decision to close a store is one we take very seriously and is based on a variety of factors including business strategy, lease and rent considerations, local business conditions and viability, and store performance."

When a store shuts down, Rite Aid works to transfer prescriptions so there's no disruption in service, and to employ workers at different Rite Aid locations when possible.

As of Friday, Rite Aid has not filed a Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification (WARN) notice with the state, which is required in the case of mass layoffs.

The company reported a net loss of $307 million in the first quarter of 2023, compared to last year’s first quarter net loss of $110.2 million.

The Justice Department filed a civil lawsuit against Rite Aid in May, claiming that the company violated the Controlled Substances Act by repeatedly filling prescriptions "with obvious red flags" and intentionally deleting notes about suspicious prescribers.

Rite Aid has 105 stores in New Jersey.

Edgewater Approves 1,200-Unit Development at Former Hess Waterfront Site

Local officials have signed off on a plan to revitalize almost 19 acres of land along the Hudson River, although a pending lawsuit still looms over the three-tower project.Last week, Edgewater’s planning board granted final approvals to an application looking to rejuvenate a long-dormant parcel at 615 River Road. The property was owned by Hess Corporation and served as home to oil tanks for decades before it was purchased by 615 River Road Partners in 2014.A thorough environmental remediation of the property was completed...

Local officials have signed off on a plan to revitalize almost 19 acres of land along the Hudson River, although a pending lawsuit still looms over the three-tower project.

Last week, Edgewater’s planning board granted final approvals to an application looking to rejuvenate a long-dormant parcel at 615 River Road. The property was owned by Hess Corporation and served as home to oil tanks for decades before it was purchased by 615 River Road Partners in 2014.

A thorough environmental remediation of the property was completed by Hess and the new ownership, but a lengthy battle ensued over the land. 615 River Road Partners filed a notable lawsuit against Edgewater in 2017, alleging that the town and local developer Fred Daibes were conspiring to block their previous plans for a major project totaling 1,800 residential units.

The case was eventually settled in 2019 and Edgewater declared the land an area in need of redevelopment last year. The buildout of the project is a joint venture between New York-based The Maxal Group and Denver’s Envirofinance Group.

The 1.2-million-square-foot development is designed by New York-based FXCollaborative, whose work includes The New York Times Building and several projects along the Brooklyn waterfront. The entirety of 615 River Road will include three 25-story towers, with two situated on the property’s northern side.

All of the buildings would feature sixth-floor outdoor terraces, with 20,000 square feet of retail space split between the structures. Sprinkled among the 1,200 one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments will be 180 affordable housing units.

The structures will collectively provide 40,000 square feet of amenities for residents and the three buildings will include a total of 1,300 parking spaces, 15% of which will have electric vehicle charging stations.

Public amenities at the project will include a two-acre park dubbed Edgewater Green and a waterfront walkway connected to the borough’s existing river walk. The developers also plan to build a new ferry facility with service to New York and construct bus “super stops” that will create loading lanes for both north- and south-bound buses along River Road.

615 River Road faced some local opposition from residents since first being proposed last year, but the approved plan could provide some relief in the borough’s classrooms. A five-acre parcel on the western side of the property that straddles River Road will be deeded to Edgewater and is being set aside as the possible site for the construction of a new school.

“We want to thank the Planning Board for granting us the approvals that we have long sought,” said Bruce Sturman, a Managing Director of The Maxal Group. “We look forward to bringing a sophisticated, quality complex to Edgewater.”

While Sturman noted in the company’s release that the venture can begin applying for building permits as soon as possible, a legal matter at the property remains unresolved. The neighboring borough of Cliffside Park and the nearby SoJo Spa Club filed lawsuits against Edgewater and the developer in August and September last year, claiming the borough improperly designated the land as an area in need of redevelopment.

Those cases have since been consolidated into a single suit, but the complaint is still listed as pending in Bergen County court.

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