Jose D. Duran
Jose D. Duran is the web editor of Miami New Times since 2008. He's the voice and strategist behind the publication's eyebrow-raising Facebook and Twitter feeds. He has been reporting on Miami's music, entertainment, and cultural scenes since 2006, previously through sites like MiamiNights.com and OnBeat.com. He earned his B.S. in journalism with a minor in art history from the University of Florida. As a South Florida native, he vows to eternally be a Miami resident as long as climate change permits.
8 days ago | Interviews
In a small one-bedroom Brickell apartment, Elizabeth Ann Clark, dressed in all white, sits in front of her studio equipment — a Virus synthesizer, a voice box, a MIDI controller, and a couple of microphones that feed into her Mac Pro. "Let me play...
13 days ago | Things To Do
You'll never hear us speak ill of the pitchers of domestic beer and the worn bowling shoes at places like Bird Bowl or Holiday Bowling. They're a great suburban escape from the overpriced cocktails and attitude overkill found around Miami and Miam...
26 days ago | III Points Festival
In a large office space at MADE at the Citadel, the shared workspace in the former Bellsouth building on NE Second Avenue, III Points has a small squad of people working hard to make sure this year's festival eclipses 2014's edition. The III Point...
28 days ago | Lists
With the Kremlin and White House not exactly seeing eye to eye these days, it almost feels like we're on the verge of a second Cold War — if we aren't in one already. (In case you were wondering, the next great war will probably be fought in space...
29 days ago | Concerts
As part of Swedish House Mafia, Axwell and Sebastian Ingrosso, along with third member Steve Angello, proved to the world that dance music was commercially viable. The Swedes topped the U.S. dance charts, headlined festivals, and dominated the par...
30 days ago | Reviews
Yelle Friday, July 31, 2015 Bardot, Miami Better than: French toast. French fries. French-press coffee. When Yelle first popped up in the music scene with a track called "Short Dick Cuizi," they were part of a group of acts that took advantage of ...