Whether you are new to Twitter or an avid Twitterati yourself, everyone can always use recommendations on great people and institutions to follow. In Los Angeles, there is no shortage of news outlets, celebrities and bloggers to derive relevant information from. Still, some are simply too witty and too dedicated to miss.
The following Twitteratis may brighten up your days and keep you informed about some of the best performances in town. Interact with them by asking a question as they welcome all inquiries. Don’t forget that using the @ symbol in front of their handle will put your message right in front of their eyes.
(@LatinoLA) April 23, 2012
Abelardo de la Pena Jr. began his website by the same name to keep up with the Latino/Chicano scene in Los Angeles. Much larger now, his tweets will provide you with a variety of events around town and links to reviews and opinions. If you’re still looking for more information, check out his website to see what Latinos in the area are saying.
LA Phil (@LAPhil) April 09, 2012
Follow and keep up with the schedule of the Los Angeles Philharmonic and its charismatic conductor, Gustavo Dudamel, both at the Walt Disney Concert Hall and at the Hollywood Bowl. With the summer concerts coming up, you will want to know about the fantastic shows that will grace the Bowl. Stay up-to-date with this twitter feed.
— Ford Theatres (@FordTheatres) April 24, 2012
You can keep informed of what is playing at the Ford Theaters by referring to this Twitter page. The Ford tweets about events, sends links to video performances and offers giveaways to its followers. As summer approaches, don’t miss out on any of the great events. Stay on top of the buzz with this informative source.
This “puppy” is 7 months old. He’s a nightmare and eats people lockerz.com/s/202889393
— Chelsea Handler (@chelseahandler) April 21, 2012
Want a laugh or two a day? Follow the irreverent Chelsea Handler who will not only let you know about her show (“The Chelsea Lately Show”), but will also entertain you with her opinions. She will either shock you or make you laugh out loud. Either way, a glance at this feed will always spark a reaction.
Hometown heroes Robert Vargas + Far East Movement collaborating at Downtown LA Art Walk. Check it out! fb.me/1NT8JPVyT
— downtownartwalk (@downtownartwalk) April 23, 2012
Follow these art gurus to be reminded of the next art walk in downtown Los Angeles. Also, daily input about art events throughout the city are constantly being updated. On art walk evenings, the tweets are a valuable resource to make sure you don’t miss out on the best.
— CBS Los Angeles (@CBSLA) April 25, 2012
This is the official Twitter account for CBS Los Angeles. Since you’re here already, follow it on Twitter to get the latest news almost as quickly as it happens.
What are your favorite LA-based Twitter feeds? Share them in the comments section below.