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L.A. Weekly's April Fools Day Issue 2013

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Tue, Apr 2, 2013 at 3:00 AM

click to enlarge Our home page yesterday
  • Our home page yesterday
If you visited our website yesterday, you probably saw a few stories that didn't seem so believable.

If you'd like to re-live our second annual April Fools' Day experience, click on the image above to see it larger. Here are links to the stories:

The pieces were written and designed by Stephen Perlstein, Eve Weston, Kai Flanders, Jacy Wojcik, Eva Recinos and me, Zachary Pincus-Roth, and our web editor Ali Trachta put the home page together. Thanks for all your help!

See also:

*L.A. Weekly's 2012 April Fools Day Issue

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