Jake Sherman

Aaron Davidson owns Cronometer, a Revelstoke based startup. The company grew out of his nerdy obsession with a cult diet. (Jake Sherman/Revelstoke Review)

B.C. man turns nerdy hobby into a million dollar startup

Aaron Davidson left behind a six figure corporate job to find meaning in the mountains of Revelstoke

Aaron Davidson owns Cronometer, a Revelstoke based startup. The company grew out of his nerdy obsession with a cult diet. (Jake Sherman/Revelstoke Review)
Theresa Hamilton moderates the discussion at this week’s death café. (Jake Sherman/Revelstoke Review)

Revelstoke Death Café puts mortality front and centre

Death midwife Theresa Hamilton helps participants with the big questions surrounding life

Theresa Hamilton moderates the discussion at this week’s death café. (Jake Sherman/Revelstoke Review)
New development in missing plane near Revelstoke

New development in missing plane near Revelstoke

The family of Ashley Bourgeault believe they have found a new clue

New development in missing plane near Revelstoke
Community members gather to light the Hanukkiah. Photo: Jake Sherman

PHOTOS: Kootenay Jewish community gathers to celebrate Hanukkah

The event brought together about 40 community members at Bigby Place

Community members gather to light the Hanukkiah. Photo: Jake Sherman
Local fabric artist Kate Bridger opens exhibit at Nelson Public Library

Local fabric artist Kate Bridger opens exhibit at Nelson Public Library

Bridger will be exhibited at the Nelson Public Library until Dec. 31

Local fabric artist Kate Bridger opens exhibit at Nelson Public Library
Photo: Jake Sherman.

Paul Saso releases Kootenay Inspired at Touchstones Nelson

Eight years in the making, Saso’s book looks at the people who inspire him in our community

Photo: Jake Sherman.
PHOTOS: Whitewater opens season in style

PHOTOS: Whitewater opens season in style

On Friday Whitewater opened for the 2017/2018 winter season — the stoke was real

PHOTOS: Whitewater opens season in style
Dr. Mark Tyndall, the executive director of the B.C. Centre for Disease Control, speaks at the Prestige Lakeside Resort on Thursday. Photo: Jake Sherman

Nelson Fentanyl Task Force hosts provincial expert

Last Thursday the Fentanyl Task Force hosted Dr. Mark Tyndall at the Prestige

Dr. Mark Tyndall, the executive director of the B.C. Centre for Disease Control, speaks at the Prestige Lakeside Resort on Thursday. Photo: Jake Sherman
Ken Plautz and twins Zachary and Cyrus take in the Christmas Parade on Baker Street. Photo: Jake Sherman

PHOTOS: Santa Parade hits Baker Street

On Saturday hundreds gathered to watch Santa come to town

Ken Plautz and twins Zachary and Cyrus take in the Christmas Parade on Baker Street. Photo: Jake Sherman
Tiago Pentecost looks forward to the Nelson Tech Club every Wednesday. Photo: Jake Sherman

VIDEO: Dreaming up the future in Nelson’s hacker space

‘Liam is telling me he thinks he can build a house. He’s eight years old.’

Tiago Pentecost looks forward to the Nelson Tech Club every Wednesday. Photo: Jake Sherman
Sarah Popoff (top) pickets the office of MLA Michelle Mungall. Members of the Nelson and District Seniors Society Co-ordinating Society (bottom) collect signatures for a petition. Photos: Jake Sherman

Seniors picket Mungall’s office for home care funding

On Tuesday about 15 seniors gathered to have their voices heard

Sarah Popoff (top) pickets the office of MLA Michelle Mungall. Members of the Nelson and District Seniors Society Co-ordinating Society (bottom) collect signatures for a petition. Photos: Jake Sherman
What if the rabbit hole led to Nelson? Alice in Nelsonland opens Thursday at the Capitol Theatre. Photo: Jake Sherman

Alice in Nelsonland opens on Thursday

The 30th annual Christmas Pantomime brings together children and adults to make theatre accessible

What if the rabbit hole led to Nelson? Alice in Nelsonland opens Thursday at the Capitol Theatre. Photo: Jake Sherman
A local resident with some of the information collected from citizens as part of the public consultation process for a proposed boat launch at Taghum Beach. Photo submitted

RDCK holds open house on proposed boat launch

RDCK hosted an open house at Blewett Elementary to discuss plans for a boat launch at Taghum Beach

A local resident with some of the information collected from citizens as part of the public consultation process for a proposed boat launch at Taghum Beach. Photo submitted
The panel discussion organized by Anna Purcell and hosted by Nelson at its Best at the Hume Hotel on Wednesday focused on best practices for retaining employees, driving economic growth, and reducing poverty. Photo: Jake Sherman

Nelson business community gathers to confront poverty

Nelson at its Best hosts business owners at the Hume Hotel

The panel discussion organized by Anna Purcell and hosted by Nelson at its Best at the Hume Hotel on Wednesday focused on best practices for retaining employees, driving economic growth, and reducing poverty. Photo: Jake Sherman