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Past Issues

A Passion for Good Wine, January 2020

Signs of the Times, December 2019

How Big is Your Pinot, October 2019

You Are Part of The Syndicate!!, May 8th, 2019


Syndicate In the News

Beaverton’s Restaurants Prepare for New Mask Mandate

FOX12 News, July 2020

BEAVERTON, OR (KPTV) – A new mask mandate begins Wednesday in Oregon.

Gov. Kate Brown announced Monday that a person must now wear a face covering outside if they cannot maintain six feet of physical distance from other people. The governor says she’s relying on businesses, not police, to enforce the new mask rule.

“I look at my mom, who’s 84, and so I’m not afraid to say to somebody, ‘do you have your mask?’ because she is my first priority, and then come my customers,” said Lisa Alleyne, who works at Ickabod’s in downtown Beaverton with her mom, who owns the bar and grill, said.

Alleyne says she’s seen a wide spectrum of mask wearers. When there is someone not wearing one, sometimes a customer will pitch in by asking them to put one on.

“I appreciate that, I do have some customers that are very willing to say, ‘Oh, I’ll tell that guy!’ Because we’re very much the neighborhood Cheers,” Alleyne said.


Beaverton’s Restaurant Renaissance

Pamplin Media Group, September 2019

Earlier this summer, the city of Beaverton sent out a call to Portland metro area developers, business professionals and restauranteurs, inviting them to a meeting in a building at the corner of Farmington Road and Southwest Watson Avenue. The city wanted to talk with attendees about opportunities to locate a food- or beverage-based business in the historic building, which once housed the first bank in Beaverton.

When most buildings go up for sale, the owners don’t pay much attention to what a new owner will do with the structure. But when it comes to the Beaverton Bank Building, the city knows exactly what kind of business it wants to see in that space. The location is a key part of the city’s plan to create what it calls Beaverton’s Restaurant Row.


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