The Hummingbird Bakery said it hopes to resolve a trademark issue with a London chain called ‘Hummingbird Café’ “as amicably as possible”.As well as having a similar name, both chains also use the hummingbird in flight on their logo, and offer an artisan experience.The renowned Hummingbird Bakery is an American-style bakery founded in 2004. It opened its first branch on Portobello Road in Notting Hill in 2004 and has since launched a further six branches across London in South Kensington, Soho, Spitalfields, Islington and Richmond.FranchiseIt also has a franchise presence in the Middle East, with two branches in Dubai and further launches planned.The Hummingbird Café, meanwhile, is based in Shepherd’s Bush, London and consists of a café and a recently opened deli nearby. A local artisan Mexican tacos bar, Habanera, is also owned by the same company.Hummingbird Café said it was famous (in Shepherd’s Bush at least) for high-quality brunch, coffee and cakes.A spokeswoman for Hummingbird Bakery commented: “We are aware of this and our trademark attorney is on the case. We hope to resolve this as amicably as possible.”
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York By John DundonLong Island showed its southern side when 15,000 cheering fans packed Nikon at Jones Beach Theater to see Nashville-based country rocker Jason Aldean, who played the seaside amphitheater on June 17.Opening acts on his Six String Circus Tour included A Thousand Horses, a country band also from Nashville, and Thomas Rhett, an up-and-coming vocalist who’s the son of former country star Rhett Akins. Rhett performed some his more popular songs including “Beer with Jesus” and “Die a Happy Man.” After a lengthy intermission, on came the man everyone was there to see.“We just wanted to get right into it. Sorry for making y’all wait so long!” Aldean said as the crowd roared. “I’m not gonna do a lot of talkin’, we’ve got a lot of music left to play.”Aldean’s crew made their way to the stage around 9:20 p.m. and got right into it with “Just Gettin’ Started” off his most recent album, Old Boots, New Dirt. From there, Aldean kept the country-rock theme going with “Gonna Know We Were Here,” another electric guitar centric hit.Make no mistake about it, Aldean is a country superstar, but his performance at Jones Beach had a Rock ‘n’ Roll feel to it. It featured plenty of heavy cords from guitarists Kurt Allison and Jack Sizemore, who at some points stole the show.The backdrop featured a series of diamond-shaped screens flashing graphics, colors, crowd shots and live video from on stage. The lighting colors brilliantly flashed different shades depending on the mood created by Aldean and his road band.The guitarists teamed up for an electric guitar duet that got the crowd the loudest it had been all night. But Aldean went light at times, too. For the die-hard fans, he also played older, twangier songs from the band’s infancy.Or, as he put it: “The stuff we played in front of 25 people at a bar.” His fan base has certainly grown since he dropped his self-titled debut album a decade ago.
As part of the intensified supervisory activities, authorized officials of the Ministry of Finance, Tax Administration in cooperation with the Customs Administration will conduct intensified inspections in the Zadar County, Šibenik-Knin County and Split-Dalmatia County in the period from July 30 to August 1, 2018. report from the Tax Administration.Through the activities of issuing and fiscalizing invoices, it was noticed that there is still a significant number of taxpayers who either do not issue invoices or do not fiscalize the issued invoices, thus committing the most serious tax violations, therefore report from the Tax Administration that in cooperation with the Customs Administration carry out intensified Fiscalization controls. All measures permitted by law, including the measure of prohibition of work – by sealing business premises, will be applied to taxpayers who are found to have repeated tax offenses and to taxpayers who commit the most serious tax offenses.Fiscalization inspections will be carried out by on-site inspection of taxpayers’ business premises, verification of real-time invoicing via mobile devices and other activities, including verification of computer systems and equipment used for fiscalization.
The defending champions defeated Kilfeacle 15-13 on ‘The Hill’.In the other top flight fixture involving a side from the Premier County Clanwilliam beat Clonakilty 29-17.Tipp’s team’s in Division 2 both avoided defeat – Thurles overcame Ballincollig 36-0 with Newport drawing 29-all away to Castleisland. In Division 3 Fethard won 10-6 in Killorglin.