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.

 

Stories by Katrina

Noodle Tuesday: We Try 8 Instant Noodles Under $4

We raided the instant-noodle aisle of Don Quijote for a variety of bowls that make great on-the-go lunches for today's office workers.

Meet Two Women Who Survived Cancer, and What You Need to Know Now

Lucrecia Fry and Jamey Etherton were diagnosed with cancer. What’s next?

First Look: We Tour Doris Duke’s Stunning Shangri La Bedroom, Opening This Week

We toured the Black Point estate’s previously off-limits area before its official opening this Saturday.

October Food Events: Fried Chicken, Sake and Next Food Network Star’s Ippy Aiona

The best upcoming food and drink events around Honolulu.

Friday Frights: The 5 Most Haunted Hikes on O‘ahu

There are some trails on O'ahu that everyone knows are haunted, but did you know these five?

Are you ready for HONOLULU Fashion Week?

In the coming weeks, join us as we reveal more about the creative teams, designers and events at the first-ever HONOLULU Fashion Week.

It’s October! Here are the 8 Best Things to Do in Honolulu

October is basically one giant costume party, from a Batman documentary to a dinner theater gala to dozens of Halloween adventures.

Get Lost: Visit 16 Iconic O‘ahu Filming Locations From the Hit Show

You’ll never believe how they transformed some of these iconic O‘ahu locations into Lost film sets. Join us on a virtual tour of the show.

The Ultimate Lost Drinking Game

Bust out the Dharma beer, because we’ve come up with the best way to binge watch Lost, ever. Warning, with 59 occasions to drink, you might be tipsy before the Smoke Monster even shows up.

A Behind-the-Scenes Look at Hawaii Theatre’s Eddie Wen’ Go

Author and Hokulea alum Marion Lyman-Mersereau tells the story of Eddie Aikau with giant puppets in a new Hawaii Theatre Center production.

The 8 Best Things To Do in Honolulu This Month

From the Miss Chinatown pageant to a country superstar, September 2014 is filled with some major girl power! (And wine. No girls’ night out is complete without wine.)

Ice Fru’s Fruit and Ice Cream Pops

All-natural pops, from pineapple-mango to ube to cream cheese, in a Korean supermarket.

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