The New Year – An Old-Time Celebration

Dec 29, 2012 No Comments

December 31, 2012, Times Square, New York City:  The Iconic Ball will drop at midnight, as it has since 1907, marking the transition to January – the first month of a new year for countries around the world. Of course it has not always been so… January 1st has not in the past and does [...]

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New York City’s Holiday Season – Craft Fairs Concentrate the Glow

Dec 10, 2012 No Comments

With summer seeming only moments past, suddenly it’s December again, and New York City welcomes winter.  Year after year at this time the city’s atmosphere palpably changes – glowing with an ambience unique to the season. Brightly colored lights and Christmas decorations give the streets a kind of nimbus.  Walking along Fifth Avenue this week [...]

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Art Students League’s Linea Journal Goes Digital!

Aug 21, 2012 No Comments

Linea, the full-color journal tabloid of The Art Students League of New York is going to the web! CJPW has printed and mailed Linea and other art journals and catalogs during more than a decade of partnership. This long-standing relationship, as well as our sensitivity to and understanding of the arts, were key contributing factors [...]

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CJPW Aquires Delmor A-1 Printing – Hotel collateral has never seen a better day!

Aug 07, 2012 No Comments

For more than 35 years Delmor has supplied quality printed collateral to the hotel and lodging industries as well as to a host of high-profile organizations, foundations and businesses throughout the country. In mid-2011, CJPW negotiated the acquisition of the Delmor client base. The merger has resulted in the formation of a larger, expanded company, [...]

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Surprise! eBooks are a slow read

Sep 24, 2010 No Comments

A recent study finds that it is 10-percent faster to read standard print pages than it is to read tablets and e-readers. Score one for old school. In the increasing rush to turn everything digital, it seems like sometimes the old ways are the best – at least in some ways. A recent study conducted [...]

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Blackberry Jam

Sep 13, 2010 No Comments

A favorite newspaper columnist recently wrote an article about a book she was reading, “Hamlet’s Blackberry” by William Powers. In the article she notes how many folks “walk along with their heads down, shoulders slumped, checking their email and text messages. They’re not watching where they’re going and frequently bump into each other.”  She points [...]

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