Heather Hayes

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Coronavirus Heroes: Kayla Williams

A rumor is making its way around the fourth grade that Cottonwood Elementary School teacher, Kayla Williams, once worked as a Disneyland princess. Although untrue, it’s not completely unfounded. The self-proclaimed Disney...

Coronavirus Heroes

In our May/June issue, we wanted to remind ourselves of the importance of appreciating the people and events that give definition and shape to our world. Writer Heather Hayes talked to folks...

Why Was Utah’s Only Titanic Passenger Not Among the Survivors?

At Payson's Peteetneet Museum and Cultural Arts Center, Salt Lake residents Liz Corbett Plumb and her 13-year-old daughter, Grace, take in the antique wooden desks and tidy blackboard of a classroom that...

Ballet West Breaks the Continuous Line

Should ballet dancers of color be required to wear pink, “flesh”-colored tights and shoes that don’t actually match their own flesh at all? “Ballet dancers are all about achieving a continuous ‘line’ from...

Utah Dance: Why is Utah a Hotbed for Dance?

Robbie Fairchild has achieved rockstar status. Even for someone who leaps for a living, he couldn’t have anticipated how his jump from principal dancer with the New York City Ballet to a...

Ballet West’s “Night of Shining Stars”

At first glance, Ballet West’s lineup for its Feb. 22 variety show, “Night of Shining Stars” appeared to be the usual grab-bag: a classical piece, a contemporary offering, another classical gem followed...

Heather Hayes