If you love the city as much as we do, you’ve got to be following these accounts.
It’s 2019 people. A study from the Pew Research Center shows that over two-thirds of U.S. adults (68%) get their news on social media and as the years fly, a percentage like that dosen’t sound so crazy these days.
But can you blame us? We live in a city that is constantly on the go – it’s not like we can whip out the newspaper at our desk job or while we’re stuck in traffic. And as much as we hate to admit it, Twitter delivers us more news nowadays than any other source out there. Print publications and media outlets often times post breaking stories in 140 characters or less, filling us in with information with something as little as a notification. And we can’t forget about the celebrities – how else would we know about all the hot spots in the city to grab lunch or to take a selfie?
Tweeting is almost as common as breathing nowadays, so you might as well try your best to consume quality content (and air…) We’ve made a list of 10 Twitter accounts that everyone in L.A. should follow!
For all your vintage photo cravings.
Streetcars, automobiles, horse-drawn carriages, bicycles, and pedestrians share Spring Street's busy roadway in Los Angeles, circa 1905. #DTLA
— USC Libraries (@USCLibraries) March 14, 2019
People in LA are deathly afraid of gluten. I swear to god, you could rob a liquor store in this city with a bagel.
— Ryan Reynolds (@VancityReynolds) January 7, 2017
To stay updated on all that’s happening in the city with a touch of humor.
Sorry. 🙏🏻 https://t.co/W08ywDOr9t
— @LAScanner (@LAScanner) March 26, 2019
Yes, LA has history…
"He invested in @DestinationCrenshaw, a milelong stretch of rotating & permanent art installations; helped renovate #WorldOnWheels, the old Mid-City roller rink that was one of the establishments responsible for birthing West Coast hip-hop." #RIPNipsey https://t.co/xZAz63Rihh
— LAhistory (@LAhistory) April 1, 2019
For all your breaking news.
Single-engine plane makes emergency landing on Long Beach street after losing power https://t.co/C3AfxwVeos
— L.A. Times: L.A. Now (@LANow) April 1, 2019
Because we all deserve a good laugh.
Hairstylist: “Can I leave work now? I need to set up my crystals for their full moon bath tonight.”
Manager: “It’s 4pm.”
— Overheardla (@realoverheardla) April 2, 2019
For #TBT reference.
Sunset Strip in the 1940s & the 1970s. These photos are located at Sunset and Larrabee. pic.twitter.com/nRbebRjCNW
— Vintage Los Angeles (@alisonmartino) March 28, 2019
Yes, we felt that…
— LA QuakeBot (@earthquakesLA) April 1, 2019
Your stomach will thank us later.
6PM-9PM @ Diamond Bar (1317 S Diamond Bar Blvd)
10PM-11PM @ Quality Inn, Signal Hill (3201 E Pacific Coast Hwy)
6-830P @ Granada Hills, Rite Aid (10823 Zelzah Ave, 91344)
930-11P @ Santa Clarita (Main St & 9th St, 91321)
— kogibbq (@kogibbq) March 27, 2019
Not all secrets are meant to be kept.
Adorable new hidden bar in DTLA!!! It's called Birds & Bees. (No, seriously, it's HIDDEN.) pic.twitter.com/q9cGfae2lk
— hidden los angeles (@hiddenla) January 26, 2017
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