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Alex Heigl

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Recent articles by Alex:

14 Fan Tattoos That Take Dedication to a Whole New Level

Katy Perry, Stephen Baldwin and more people who've declared their appreciation for something by getting it carved into their skin → Read More

U.S. Presidents with Turkeys They’ve Pardoned

The tradition of ‘pardoning’ a turkey dates back to Abraham Lincoln. Here, pics of presidents with their grateful birds → Read More

Henry Rollins Still Buys Two or Three Records a Day—and He Thinks You Should, Too

PEOPLE spoke with the Black Flag legend about record collecting and the Sound of Vinyl—a new record marketplace → Read More

The 13 Worst Horror Movie Monsters of All Time

Frogs, laundry machines, and C.H.U.D.S: The worst horror movie monsters ever. → Read More

Rock Legend Tom Petty Dead at 66 After Massive Cardiac Arrest

The singer died Monday after suffering a heart attack the previous day → Read More

Rock Legend Tom Petty Dead After Full Cardiac Arrest at Age 66: Report

The singer died Monday after suffering a heart attack the previous day → Read More

Hugh Hefner: The Ups and Downs of a Spectacular Life

Hugh Hefner, the indomitable founder of Playboy magazine, spent his life living to the fullest → Read More

Bone Machine Turns 25: Revisiting Tom Waits’ Masterpiece

Tom Waits’ Grammy-winning Bone Machine was released 25 years ago this week — here’s an exhaustively annotated track-by-track breakdown to celebrate. → Read More

We Tried It: Past Life Regression Therapy

A PEOPLE writer undergoes past life regression therapy with therapist Ann Barham → Read More

Perseverance and Other Delights: Herb Alpert Is Still Going at 82

Herb Alpert just released a new record, and he’s hitting New York’s famed Hotel Carlyle to commemorate it → Read More

The Unfair and Ridiculous Reasons Black Cats Are Considered Unlucky

A variety of folk legends and superstitions combined over hundreds of years make life very difficult for black felines → Read More

Marilyn Monroe: Popularly Attributed Misquotes

If you can't quote Monroe at her worst, you don't deserve her at her best → Read More

Long Time: Tom Scholz, The Pop Rock Genius Behind Boston, Talks New Tour with Joan Jett

Forty-plus years into his career as a musician, Boston’s Tom Scholz refuses to slow down or compromise → Read More

Lisa Loeb: Singer Starts Residency at New York's Cafe Carlyle

Lisa Loeb is about to begin a residency at New York’s Cafe Carlyle, on the heels of her most recent album, Feel What U Feel → Read More

Hudson: New Jazz Group Features Jack DeJohnette and John Scofield Covering Dylan and Hendrix

Bob Dylan, Jimi Hendrix and Joni Mitchell get jazz-ified by Hudson, a new collective comprised of legendary drummer Jack DeJohnette, guitarist John Scofield and Medeski Martin & Wood's John Medeski. → Read More

WATCH: Bulldog Gives Tour of Custom-Built Dog House

Eggnog the bulldog has a new custom house, with Amazon-controlled track lighting — jealous? → Read More

WATCH: Living Dinosaur Plays with Man's Best Friend

A baby emu harasses some basset hounds in this cute clip → Read More

What Does Getting a First Impression Rose Mean for a Bachelor or Bachelorette Contestants?

The Bachelor and Bachelorette's First Impression Rose doesn't always guarantee a fairy tale ending for those who receive it ... → Read More

How Six Other Countries Celebrate Mother’s Day

A brief look at how other countries celebrate Mother's Day → Read More

Mother's Day: Anna Jarvis, Holiday's Founder, Fought Against It in Later Life

Mother’s Day founder Anna Jarvis worked tirelessly on behalf of the holiday she founded — and then, later, against it. → Read More