Coldplay Send Oasis’ Noel Gallagher Nice Tweets After Liam’s One Love Manchester Slam

Coldplay have subtly come to the defense of Noel Gallagher after his brother and fellow former Oasis bandmate Liam slammed him on Twitter for not appearing Sunday’s One Love Manchester benefit concert. At the show, Coldplay’s Chris Martin and guitarist Jonny Buckland covered Oasis’ classic “Don’t Look Back in Anger” — dedicating it to show… Read more »

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SpaceX Will Send 2 People Around the Moon in 2018

Two citizens have paid to be sent around the moon, SpaceX has revealed, in its Dragon spacecraft.

The exact amount wasn’t specified, other than it required a “significant deposit.” The mission is set to take place during the second quarter of 2018.

“This presents an opportunity for humans to return to deep space for the first time in 45 years,” says SpaceX, “and they will travel faster and further into the Solar System than any before them.”

“Designed from the beginning to carry humans, the Dragon spacecraft already has a long flight heritage. These missions will build upon that heritage, extending it to deep space mission operations, an important milestone as we work towards our ultimate goal of transporting humans to Mars.”

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Sorry, You Don’t Actually Have A Year To Send A Wedding Gift

You may have heard somewhere that guests have up to a year after the wedding to send a gift to the newlywed couple. 

These days, though, etiquette experts insist that a year is way, way too long to wait.

“A year is a long time and a lot can change!” Amber Harrison of Wedding Paper Divas told The Huffington Post. “For example, it is totally possible that the couple might be making a big cross-country move or welcoming a new baby one year after the wedding, in which case receiving a wedding gift might feel out of place.”

So how long is the window, really?

“Guidance for proper timing of the gift is not as clear cut,” Harrison added. “Gifts are welcome and appropriate at any time before the wedding and even at the reception. It is perfectly fine for gifts to also arrive after the wedding, but it should be soon enough that the wedding is still top of mind. There are always exceptions to the rule, but sending a gift more than a month or two after the wedding is probably too long.”

There you have it. 

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This Actress Used Her Dress To Send A Powerful Message About The Travel Ban

Some pictures say a thousand words. Others say 10 incredibly powerful ones.

Actress Kathreen Khavari attended the Hollywood premiere of her HBO miniseries “Big Little Lies” on Tuesday, wearing a dress painted with the words, “My Iranian immigrant mother teaches your kids how to read.”

Iran, from which Khavari says she immigrated “as a fetus,” is one of seven nations named in President Donald Trump’s travel ban. Khavari’s parents immigrated through Scotland to the U.S., she wrote on Instagram, adding the tags “#noban #nowall #fucktrump #tbt.” 

My parents (and me as a fetus) in Scotland, on our way to immigrating to the US #noban #nowall #fucktrump #tbt

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Her premiere dress was “brought to you by the threat of a fascist America,” she wrote, noting that “acrylic paint looks great on clothes.”

Khavari’s Instagram shows more of her political activism via clothing. Here she is wearing what looks like the same handwritten font on a shirt at the Women’s March in Los Angeles in January:

#womensmarchla

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And here she is later that same month, wearing a “Muslim White Male Registry” T-shirt. She said in the comments that she made it herself. 

The Revolution starts with calls to senators and aggressive t-shirt slogans . by @yasta_la_vista #fucktrump

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Khavari joins the likes of Kerry Washington and Simon Helberg in making their voices and opinions heard on the red carpet. We have a feeling there’s plenty more where this came from. 

 

We’ve reached out to Khavari for comment; this post may be updated. 

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Here’s How Far In Advance You Should Send Those Wedding Invitations

The rules of wedding etiquette are constantly changing, making it difficult for modern brides, grooms and guests to find up-to-date and correct information. That’s why we launched #MannersMondays, a series in which we ask our followers on Twitter and Facebook to submit their most burning etiquette-related questions. Then, with the help of our team of etiquette experts, we get you the right answers to your biggest Big Day dilemmas. Check out this week’s question below!

Anna Post — great-great-granddaughter of etiquette guru Emily Post and author of Emily Post’s Wedding Etiquette — is here to help us answer this week’s question. Find out what she had to say below:

Wedding invitations are typically sent roughly eight weeks out from the wedding, with an RSVP deadline about two or three weeks prior to the wedding. These dates are all flexible — the mailing date might easily compress down to six weeks or expand up to ten. Under special circumstances, like a short-notice wedding, the time frame can compress as much as needed. Or for far-flung guest travel, it would likely expand outward even more. You don’t want the invitation following immediately after the save-the-date (otherwise what’s the point of the save-the-date?), so in your case, you might compress the timing a little. Here’s what you should think about as you set your timetable:

Ask your caterer when he or she will need an absolutely final guest count by. This is usually within a week or two of the wedding date. Then count back a week or so to give you time to track down any guests who haven’t replied on time. This is your RSVP deadline. From there, count backward four to six weeks. This is the date you will mail your invitations.

If you plan to send additional invitations as you receive “no” RSVPs, count back an additional two weeks to set your mailing date, so that guests whose invitations are sent later still have plenty of time to reply. Nothing says “‘B-list guest” like receiving an invitation at the last minute. Any B-list guests should never know they were B-list.

Once you know the date you will mail your invitations, plan backward a little further to the date you will need your invitation order to arrive because that’s not the same as the date they will be mailed. In between those two dates, you will need one to two weeks to address your envelopes (this is traditionally done by hand), assemble stuff, weigh (don’t skip this step at the post office!), seal and stamp your invitations. You will also want to double-check that the addresses are correct. Even with a small guest list, this takes time.

You can submit your wedding etiquette questions via Facebook or tweet them to us @HuffPostWedding with the hashtag #MannersMondays.

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Here’s Which ‘Lost’ Character Damon Lindelof Would Send To ‘Tomorrowland’

In Disney’s “Tomorrowland,” Britt Robertson’s Casey discovers a pin that transports her to a futuristic world when she touches it. In the film, directed by Brad Bird (“Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol”) and co-written by Damon Lindelof (“Lost”), Tomorrowland is faraway utopia created by the world’s top innovators, artists and scientists.

The Huffington Post asked Lindelof which “Lost” character he would send to Tomorrowland to better mankind’s future.

“I think that I’d probably send Hurley,” Lindelof told us. The fan favorite character would help Tomorrowland with his positive thinking, something largely essential to the movie’s plot, Lindelof explained.

“It’s always just nice to have someone around to lighten things up. He’s got a great sense of humor,” Lindelof said. Hurley “tended to always be the glass half full guy.”

We couldn’t agree more, and we bet Hurley would take full advantage of the jetpacks there.

While working on “Tomorrowland,” Lindelof also spent his time on the upcoming season of HBO’s “The Leftovers.” The series, co-created by Lindelof and inspired by Tom Perrotta’s novel of the same name, follows those who remain after the mysterious, sudden disappearance of two percent of the world’s population. It is one of the bleakest, most depressing shows on television, a stark contrast to the optimistic “Tomorrowland.”

Lindelof said the HBO show “was constantly threatening to infect” his latest Disney adventure. “The gravitational pull of that feeling, [that] darkness and depression, is so much more powerful than the optimistic and bright pull of ‘Tomorrowland,'” he said.

“When you spend time in a creative world like that, it does affect your mood. I was probably not the most pleasant person to live with,” he added.

When “The Leftovers” returns for its second season, at least we’ll have “Tomorrowland” to yank us out of our depression.

Or we can just think more like Hurley.

“Tomorrowland” is now playing in theaters.

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DeMarcus Cousins Waited Exactly 5 Years To Send Out This Perfectly Timed Tweet

On Jan. 30, 2010, the University of Kentucky basketball team and its young star Demarcus Cousins played Vanderbilt. During the game, sports writer Clay Travis, a Vanderbilt Law School graduate (who once ate nothing but pudding for at least 27 days), tweeted this about then-controversial Cousins:

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Jan. 30, 2015 marks exactly five years since that tweet, and Cousins has not been arrested. In fact, he was just elected to his first All-Star game.

To celebrate, DeMarcus Cousins tweeted this:

Game, set, match.
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3 Reasons To Skip The Season’s Greetings And Send A New Year’s Card Instead

You’ve spent the last four weeks shopping, wrapping, baking, cooking and visiting with family and friends — and you can almost see the light at the end of the holiday tunnel. But in the whirlwind that is the month of December, you’ve forgotten to do one last thing: write and send out your holiday cards.

Luckily, you aren’t the only one. Peggy Post from The Emily Post Institute told The Huffington Post that more and more people are opting to send New Year’s greetings to their loved ones instead of the traditional December holiday card. And with good reason. Here’s why Post suggests you might consider doing so, too.

1. December Is A Chaotic Month.

The weeks leading up to Hanukkah and Christmas are filled to the brim with holiday shopping and obligations. “Some people say they do want to send cards to friends and keep in touch, especially long-lost ones, but they just don’t feel like they have the time to do it justice,” Post said. Give yourself a break — sitting down to write your cards after Hanukkah or Christmas, when you have less going on, is perfectly acceptable, she adds.

2. You Can Wish People A Good Start To The New Year.

“A lot of people like that whole idea of starting out fresh and approaching the new year with a greeting, so it is kind of fun to wish their friends a new year, to really emphasize that,” Post said.

3. You Have More Time.

Think you can only send a card immediately on January 1st? Think again. “Theres no real rule; I’d say in the first week or two that still qualifies as a ‘New Year’s’ card,” Post said. Post mentioned that she received a “New Year’s” card from a friend around Valentine’s Day once that wished her a great year. “The key is to keep in touch with people.”

We completely agree. Check out some of our picks for fun New Year’s cards below.


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Will Ferrell’s Derek Jeter Send Off Is The Best Send Off Of All

If you’ve even just brushed past a newspaper, TV or computer in the last few months, you know that Yankees’ shortstop Derek Jeter is officially retiring at the end of this season. And he’s been given a ton of celebratory send-offs and going away gifts as he’s traveled from park to park this year.

But this. This. THIS may be the greatest send-off that anyone could ever give him. Watch Will Ferrell give Derek Jeter one last Boston taunt, which is ultimately out of love. And Ferrell doesn’t care if people are watching, he will kiss Jeter full on the mouth.
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Send A Christmas Text To Someone You Sort Of Know

‘Merry Christmas Exclamation Point’ by Jon Lajoie is the hit new Christmas song that perfectly captures the spirit of the season. This is how you say you sort-of care to all your casual acquaintances this year.

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