Jose D. Duran
Jose D. Duran has been the associate web editor of Miami New Times since 2008. He's the strategist behind the publication's eyebrow-raising Facebook and Twitter feeds. He has also been reporting on Miami's cultural scene since 2006. He has a BS in journalism and will live in a Miami as long as climate change permits.
12 days ago | Concerts
If there ever was a band destined to inherit the synth-pop crown from Depeche Mode and New Order, it's Aussie outfit Cut Copy.
14 days ago | Concerts
The 1990s was perhaps the last great decade to be a woman in the music industry. That's not to say we don't have amazing women making music now — we do. But the '90s gave us the riot grrrl, Lilith Fair, and a plethora of female-fronted acts. Today...
28 days ago | Concerts
The mid-'90s was a period of transition for rock music. The grunge subgenre that exploded at the beginning of the decade was in decline after its reluctant leader, Kurt Cobain, died.
1 month ago | Nightlife
Even when it was open, the only indication of Bardot's existence were the hordes of people gathering under the small red awning in the parking lot behind the North Miami Avenue strip mall that houses a furniture store and the late-night eatery Gigi.
4 months ago | Concerts
Hip-hop has a long history of social and political commentary, but the genre has been slow to embrace artists who don't fit neatly into its hypermasculine mold. After all, hip-hop coined the phrases "pause" and "no homo" to deflect criticism of be...