Katrina Valcourt

Katrina ValcourtKatrina Valcourt came onboard the HONOLULU team as assistant managing editor after Honolulu Weekly, where she was the managing/calendar editor, unexpectedly bit the dust in 2013. 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 managing editor of HONOLULU and likes to sew sock squids.

  

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Stories by Katrina

The 8 Best Things To Do in May 2017

Psst! Mother’s Day is May 14, so take Mom to dance performances, festivals and a bar to celebrate all month long. (And don’t forget the flowers.)
2017.05.01 08:55 AM

Clown Around with Physical Comedian Aitor Basauri This Weekend

The acclaimed actor will host a comedy master class April 9–13, with a public showcase on Friday, April 14.
2017.04.07 10:45 AM

The 8 Best Things To Do in April 2017

Don’t be an April Fool, learn more about how our bodies work, watch Japanese satire, eat Spam and celebrate Scottish culture.
2017.04.03 09:00 AM

Looking for Hawai‘i Private School Graduation Dates for 2017?

Your guide to when and where Hawai‘i’s private school graduation ceremonies are happening.
2017.03.28 09:33 AM

9 Things You Didn’t Know About Prince Jonah Kūhiō Kalaniana‘ole

Say Happy Birthday to a prince who could pass laws and throw punches.
2017.03.23 11:20 AM

Eat Cake Gallery Wants to Share Hawai‘i Women’s Powerful Stories Through Video

The local production company, which aims to empower women through conversation and film, will hold a launch party on Sunday, March 26 at Red Pineapple in Kapolei. And, yep, there will be cake.
2017.03.20 04:20 PM

Hy’s Steak House Celebrates 40th Anniversary with New Dinner Series

Beginning in April, Hy’s will offer monthly wine dinners and chef’s table events.
2017.03.17 09:00 AM

This Popular Trail in Kailua Might Be Closing for the Summer

The Maunawili Falls Trail may temporarily close due to community complaints of visitors littering, trespassing and more.
2017.03.07 11:27 AM

The 8 Best Things To Do in March 2017

Wear green, feed the hungry, watch Jewish films and welcome spring!
2017.03.02 09:30 AM

Hale ‘Aina Happenings: What’s New with Hawai‘i’s Restaurants in February & March

Raise money for student ag programs, local James Beard nominees, special pancakes and a new menu at some of our Hale ‘Aina Award-winning restaurants.
2017.02.27 08:50 AM

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
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