Katrina Valcourt

Katrina Valcourt came onboard the HONOLULU team as assistant managing editor after Honolulu Weekly, where she was the managing/calendar editor, unexpectedly bit the dust. Before that, she worked as a video production assistant, studied abroad in Berlin and Florence and graduated from UH with a major in communication and a minor in English. She’s originally from a teeny town called 100 Mile House in British Columbia, Canada, but she hasn’t been in a snowball fight since 1995. She is now the associate editor of HONOLULU and executive assistant of Reach the Runway, the nonprofit program of HONOLULU Fashion Week.

  

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Stories by Katrina

Local Honey is Having a Moment: What You Should Know About This Sweet Comeback

Hawai‘i’s bees produce more honey per hive than almost anywhere else in the country, despite invasive pests wiping out thousands of colonies just a few years ago. Here’s what makes our honey special and where to find it.
2017.02.23 09:33 AM

Want Your Voice Heard? Here’s How You Can Get Involved With Local Government

Register to vote or run for your neighborhood board by Friday, Feb. 17.
2017.02.15 12:31 PM

This New Exhibit is Putting Art on the Menu at Artizen by MW

A new exhibit aims to bring more people, and money, to the Hawai‘i State Art Museum.
2017.02.09 11:02 AM

How One Female Chinese-American Filmmaker Inspired Another, Decades Later

“Finding Kukan” pieces together the story of a lost Oscar-winning film and its mysterious producer, Li Ling-Ai, a Honolulu-born woman who has been all but erased from the film’s history.
2017.02.08 04:07 PM

Get Fresh, Local Coffee Beans and Products Delivered Right to Your Doorstep

Sign up by Feb. 14 to order the next batch of goodies from Hawai‘i Coffee Box.
2017.02.06 09:00 AM

The 8 Best Things To Do in February 2017

Love is in the air this month, with Michael Bolton, Journey, free dogs, a magic show and more.
2017.02.01 05:24 PM

7 Buzzworthy Local Honey Products

Here are some of our favorite products using locally made honey in Hawai‘i.
2017.02.01 09:00 AM

Hale ‘Aina Happenings in January

Check out the latest news from some of our Hale ‘Aina Award-winning restaurants.
2017.01.30 09:00 AM

From Our Files: Moments from Hawai‘i’s Past–January Edition

A look back at Honolulu from January 1912 to 1997. Stories taken from the archives of Paradise of the Pacific and HONOLULU Magazine.
2017.01.20 10:17 AM

Could This New Proposal Save the Aging Natatorium from Destruction?

According to the state Historic Preservation Division’s rules, plans made by the city and state to demolish the historic site can’t move forward until all viable alternatives have been ruled out.
2017.01.05 10:31 AM

The 8 Best Things To Do in January 2017

Make a resolution to spend more time with your family—at a fun run, a New Year’s festival, a special Harry Potter event and more.
2017.01.03 03:19 PM

Everything You Need to Know About Local Fruit in Hawai‘i

Fruits are part of our history and culture, a way for us to feel connected to our community. And, if you’ve ever had a ripe mango or sweet tangerine, you know there’s nothing else like it.
2016.12.30 12:27 PM
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