One of the duties that comes with being The Columbian’s editor is a seat on the editorial board. And with the primary election season fast approaching, it seems like I have been sitting in that seat a lot lately. In the last month, we’ve had a half-dozen meetings with candidates for public office.
“Sometimes it is a little hot out there, but the crowds are terrific!” remarked Steve Bass, clarinetist with the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra. “Thousands and thousands of people show up, and they have been wonderfully responsive.”
CRU, a provider of data security and digital forensic services, announced Thursday it has acquired ioSafe Inc., a California company whose products protect the physical products from water, fire and other hazards.
You thought Cruise the Couve, downtown Vancouver’s annual cool-car festival, couldn’t get any cooler? This year, folks who make food donations to Share Vancouver during the event will be rewarded with commemorative, magnetic dashboard plaques. That’s a cool way to underline the serious, charitable mission of this big blast of fun on wheels.