The Warner House lives on through dancers, historians, and more (includes audio interviews)

This collection of audio interviews explores the history of the Warner House, a 109-year-old home in downtown Miami built by James Warner, a protege of Henry Flagler. It is examined and described by two former employees: the artistic director of The Cuban Classical Ballet of Miami, Eriberto Jimenez, and historian Karen Couty. They highlight the significance of the home at 111 SW Fifth Ave. The Warner House is a hidden gem in the upcoming neighborhood of East Little Havana.

In the first interview, Couty explains the house’s history as well as current projects and events.


In episode two, we learn about the Cuban Classical Ballet of Miami, which is based there. Artistic director Jimenez describes his experiences in the house and the beauty of its history.


And finally in episode three, Couty emphasizes the importance of preserving this historical place for both present and future generations.

Sabrina Beguiristain is a Florida International University student majoring in digital journalism. She is passionate about both visual and auditory media such as broadcasting and podcasts. In the near future, Sabrina hopes to produce creative forms of news to emphasize events and stories that should be shared.