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Logan Mehl-Laituri
Attended Duke Divinity School
Lives in Durham, NC
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Here's a classic... Way back when I skated 4 or 5 days out of the week
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Mercury Studio
407 N Mangum St, Durham, NC 27701
Mercury Studio is the most hospitable and productive space to work in all of Durham, hands down. Find your cool right here, Bull City.
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Executive Director, Centurions Guild
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Durham, NC
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Tustin, CA - Fayetteville, NC - Honolulu, HI - Tuz Kharmatu, Iraq - Camden, NJ - Durham, NC
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Author of #ForGodandcountry & #Reborn4thJuly, accomplished speaker, aspiring scholar, & executive officer of @CenturionsGuild. Death Before Idolatry
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  • Duke Divinity School
    Master of Theological Studies, 2010 - 2013
  • Hawaii Pacific University
    Bachelor of Arts, Human Services, 2008 - 2010
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A couple if times I have come by during business hours and they've been closed. What I can see from the windows looks nice, but inconsistency is really bad business model...
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
I'm usually much more critical in my appraisals of parks, as I know they are also often family-oriented and need to be especially appealing to parents of young children. But YDG is just that, a great place to skate and also a trustworthy business. The owner put a lot of work into getting Graham their own park and is good about keeping things clean and well-kempt. I usually skate on Mondays, when there is a discount, but weekends and the rest of the week usually also sees plenty of traffic and the vibe is always really friendly and welcoming. I'd recommend this place to parents of and skaters themselves. The miniramp is slightly flat at the 3" section, and the effect is worse at the 4" part, but not so bad that it makes it not worth skating. The bowl is great, one of the best around, but the masonite can be particularly slippy, so be careful if you have street wheels (which are less grippy and usually have to slip around on concrete more easily). There is not as much flat land for the kiddos to practices flips and such, but the rest of the skaters are really good about being aware of one another and I've never seen a collision in the two or so years I've been going to YDG.
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Appeal: ExcellentFacilities: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Mercury Studio is the most hospitable and productive space to work in all of Durham, hands down. Find your cool right here, Bull City.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
If I want someone to look down their nose at me when they make my coffee, I'll go to the Washington Duke Inn.
Food: GoodDecor: Very goodService: Poor to fair
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
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Double Decker Skate Park is only open on the weekends now, which is too bad. They have a really good facility for skaters, bikers, and bladers. I imagine the reduced hours have something to do with the upkeep costs. The employees have always been very helpful (which can often not be the case at skateparks), though the facilities could stand to be a little cleaner. As for the obstacles, there is a huge variety of street elements, but not as much transition. There is a halfpipe in the back area, but the surface can be uneven in places. It also looks like they're getting ready to build a bowl as well, which would only make the site better and more worth the (already affordable) cast to skate.
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Appeal: Very goodFacilities: GoodService: Excellent
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Definitely costly, but that's compared to places that can't commit as much to local and fairly waged produce and labor. I like that their menu changes, it shows they cook to the growing season. Mark my words, this is the direction food needs to go in order for it to be sustainable socially and politically. The price reflects their values, which you cannot put a price on...
Quality: ExcellentAppeal: Very goodService: Very good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
My favorite is the Belgian Golden. it's also one of the less expensive brews they do. first saturday of the month is their brew tour with free beer, table tennis, and cornhole. no food, just beer.
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago