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Five notable Spokane-based TikTok accounts

UPDATED: Thu., Sept. 3, 2020

A selection of some of the glass pendants Spokane glass artist Maayan Gordon has created.  (Colin Mulvany/The Spokesman-Review)
A selection of some of the glass pendants Spokane glass artist Maayan Gordon has created. (Colin Mulvany/The Spokesman-Review)

@worldofglass: Local entrepreneur and artist Maayan Gordon uses her TikTok account to promote glass artists all over the world. Gordon has 2.1 million followers and 43.5 million likes.

@jjustcourtneyy: Local hairstylist and avid Disney fan Courtney Morgan has amassed 77.9k followers on TikTok and 1.2 million likes.

@bradleywithane: Improv comedian and sketch comedy director Bradley Miller’s most-viewed video is a roast of Spokane’s city flag. Miller has 74.2k followers and 2.7 million likes.

@dangitszyaira: EWU freshman Zyaira Webb is a Black Lives Matter advocate. Webb’s account has 66.5k followers and 3.4 million likes.

@official12thmanzag: Father of three, Chris Anderson posts TikTok challenges and jokes about fatherhood. Anderson has 63.4k followers and 1.7 million likes.

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