11 Miami Instagram and Twitter Accounts You Should Be Following

August 28, 2014 | Talk of the Town

We told you why it's cool to be a local in Miami. Now, follow these 11 social users to stay in the know on where the cool crowd roams. 

ON INSTAGRAM


PHOTOGRAPHY VIA INSTAGRAM.COM/____22

Miami’s sexy and sweaty underbelly is captured to perfection on a feed that offers enough looks at fast cars and hot models to have you feeling 22.


PHOTOGRAPHY VIA INSTAGRAM.COM/DAVEGRUTMAN

For a star-studded look behind the scenes at LIV and Story or an insider’s guide to his collection of pool toys, there’s no better follow than Grutman.


PHOTOGRAPHY VIA INSTAGRAM.COM/FATGIRLHEDONIST

Food porn at its finest, followers can comb through the greatest meals in town and get inspired to eventually hit the gym.


PHOTOGRAPHY VIA INSTAGRAM.COM/ROBERTSKRAN

This street-art-obsessed Miamian meticulously catalogs seemingly every new street mural to go up in Wynwood, many of which you’ve probably never seen, but should.


PHOTOGRAPHY VIA INSTAGRAM.COM/SHAYNABATYA

Visual artist and photojournalist Jenny Abrams captures Miami in a beautiful light, reminding locals that art is everywhere.


PHOTOGRAPHY VIA INSTAGRAM.COM/WORLDREDEYE

The biggest stars at the hottest parties with the sexiest people are all captured by photographer Seth Browarnik and his crew of night owls.

ON TWITTER

The director of Cocaine Cowboys rigorously updates with local news alerts, calls out government wrongdoing, and points out the Florida connection to every crazy news story in the world.

From design to art to fashion and dining, you’re sure to find it here. And if you’d like to read about it first, their Twitter account is top notch.

A Miami Herald writer since 1990 and a regular correspondent on ESPN, Dan LeBatard has opinions on South Florida sports that are better than yours, and he’ll shout them in 140 characters or less until you agree.

The award-winning journalist-turned-Knight Foundation program director tweets the latest on @Knightfdn investments, the official sign something cool is about to happen.

This old-school vinyl shop has had its pulse on Wynwood cool before Wynwood was Wynwood. You’ll be sure to find your new favorite jam on this feed, as well as your weekend plans.

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