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Las Vegas – Who to follow on Twitter?

For a storied town that receives more than 30 million visitors / year, there are a lot of informative and timely tweets covering everything from road closures to bar openings and sports scores from the local stadiums and arenas.

Some faves and recommended follows:

Local Voices
@LasVegasLocally – tweets and retweets from a diverse and very local Las Vegas

@VitalVegasvitalvegas.com – tracks what’s new in Las Vegas signage. Humor, drones, video poker, breaking tweets. What’s not to like?

@TheBoy505 – Matt Chavez

@AuthenticVegas – Critical thinker and cocktailist James P. Reza

@DrDave702 – One of the city’s most skilled writers and historian, former head of @unlvgaming and current Associate Vice Provost Faculty Affairs and history instructor. dgschwartz.com


Timely news from the city lasvegasnevada.gov

@ClarkCountyNV – “Jurisdiction over Las #Vegas Strip.Home to 2.2M. Visited by 46.2M/yr. Ours is 14th-largest US county, an area the size of New Jersey.” http://www.clarkcountynv.gov

@NWSVegas – Weather forecasts and infographics  http://www.weather.gov/vef



Savvy politicians: @tsegerblom


@CCWetlandsPark – Surprise your friends with a trip to the Clark County Wetlands Park

Pop Stars


LV Sports Biz brings a watchful eye to the rise of sports town Las Vegas and the local sports-business scene. One our Vegas Twitter Faves

@GoldenKnights – The newest NHL hockey team has one of the best new Twitter accounts in the country.

These are just a few of our favorites. For more goodness, check out the Las Vegas Twitter List


Twitter List


LV Media
@reviewjournal @RickVelotta @RefriedBrean @SteveSebelius @JamesDeHaven @nealtmorton @JamesDeHaven @ethartley @seanw801 @randompoker


Vegas Media

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Stray Observations

  • November 2021 Las Vegas Paco is no longer on Twitter


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