That should be two.Quote:
Yet another memorable bit was when too audience members...
Performances April 24 Onward
$89 plus tax - RESERVED SEATING; including stylized seating clusters around the perimeter of the tent
$119 plus tax - VIP RESERVED SEATING; 2nd and 3rd rowseating with complimentary split of Moet champagne
$169 plus tax - VVIP ; 1st rowcushioned seat with complimentary split of Moet champagne
Also, seeing the tag line "If you only see one show in your entire life, make it Absinthe" does NOT entice me to see the show.
I don't know where you draw the line with copyrights etc., but I'd include this banner image and photo in your review. Note that I merely linked directly to the images on their server. Quite frankly, I think this would fall under the "Fair Use" rule.
Also, the website lists different prices:
You should ask a lawyer, but I'm fairly sure that using it in a journalistic manner such as your review is acceptable. Note that would also be the case even if it were a bad review.Quote: Wizard
I don't know much about what constitutes "fair use."
The most obvious example of a company that goes out of it's way to protect it's trademark is the NFL.
The term "Super Bowl" is common place now. It does mean the championship game for the NFL, but carries the connotations of extravagance and pageantry associated with the game. So it isn't just the game, but the events surrounding it. If I were to say "This isn't just a poker game. it is the Suepr Bowl of poker," most people would know what I mean.
So if the words "Super Bowl" could be used more generically, the NFL would lose control over it. You could advertise anything as being realted to it in any way without constraints. Say you put an ad in your store advertising "Super Bowl TV!" or "Super Bowl snacks!"
Except that the NFL has taken extreme measures to ensure this does not happen. They don't want the words "Super Bowl" to become like Xerox, Kleenex or any of the other brands that are now the generic use of the word.
I imagine if the Super Bowl of Poker still existed, it would be called something else, or it would be sponsored by the NFL.