Katrina Valcourt

Executive Editor at HONOLULU Magazine

Katrina Valcourt graduated from UH Mānoa in 2012 with a degree in communication, completing the Video and Digital Cinema track while interning with the alternative newspaper Honolulu Weekly, where she continued to work until the publication folded in 2013. Shortly after, she joined the editorial team of HONOLULU Magazine, filling every role from temporary assistant to interim editorial director. 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 executive editor of HONOLULU and likes to sew sock squids and throw pots.

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From Our Files: February

In 1888, King Kalakaua issued a royal charter, commissioning a magazine. Then titled Paradise of the Pacific, this publication became HONOLULU Magazine, making it the oldest magazine west of the Mississippi.

Lei Chic’s guide to the weekend’s best events

Support If You Build It, They Will Come What: Help create a new public, indoor gathering space in Kakaako for all your studying, creating, working and thinking needs. Renowned architectural firm Atelier Bow-Wow will design the project, called Kakaako Agora.…

From Our Files: January

HONOLULU Magazine and Paradise of the Pacific—chronicling the Islands since the 1888 in Honolulu, Hawaii.

30th Anniversary of Hale Aina Awards

This year, for the 30th anniversary, we take a look at the two winningest chefs in the history of the awards, who continue to influence Hawaii dining today.

5 Haunted Trails on O‘ahu

We consulted Lopaka Kapanui, storyteller and founder of the Mysteries of Hawaii ghost tours, to tell us about some lesser-known hiking paths and their haunted histories.