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Logan Isaac
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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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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My mom and I have a tradition of eating here New Year's Eve that we cherish. It's an expensive tradition, but very tasty. A wonder it isn't more crowded on that particular holiday, but we've never had to wait more than 15 minutes or so, which just gives us time to walk along the beach and reminisce.
Public - a week ago
reviewed a week ago
Wonderfully arranged and beautifully maintained. My wife and I had drinks several times at the bar on the 4th floor and high tea in the glass sun room. Feels slightly snooty, but that's the point isn't it?
Public - a week ago
reviewed a week ago
Employees either are dishonest, incompetent, or just they think their English is much better than it actually is. We went in for two prepaid SIM cards with 2GB of data and they sold us two with only 600 MB. When we discovered their error, at first they said we could just top up for €10 to 2GB, but when went in to do so a manager told us we had to buy a totally new plan for €30 each. Now we have no data for 3/4 of our time in Paris. Be careful to check what they are selling you, even if you're fluent in French.
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Public - 4 weeks ago
reviewed 4 weeks ago
I really liked the new layout that was completed in early 2015 and had been going pretty regularly since I started at school in fall 2014. The staff is usually pretty helpful and friendly, but for a place that received government support from the lottery, I'd expect a pretty tight ship. Last night I was not given a receipt when I paid for two hours as a nonmember. When they shut down the park after only an hour, the cashier told me he only charged me for one (at £4.50 for nonmembers like me) even though he only gave me £1 back from my £10 note. I remember because I asked him about lockers when I looked at the £1 coin he gave me, since they are about that price. When I asked him if he had any record of my transaction from an hour prior, he was conveniently unable to produce one. He did not give me a receipt when I paid, and I didn't think to ask, since he gave me the proper change for two hours. While I usually really enjoy the park, I can't risk losing money like that. As a student, I literally have to make every pound count. Instead, I will be going to the Dudhope skatepark, which is free and closer to the city center. When the weather is bad, I guess I'll be catching up on my reading... What I'm really disappointed in is The Factory's sketchy business practices around not giving receipts as a standard practice and employees who cannot be trusted.
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Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
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Picturesque and affordable. Great Scottish breakfast in the morning, but mildew kept my allergies in high alert.
Public - a week ago
reviewed a week ago
Great crepes (I had l'Italienne) and very courteous service. They even helped us with our French & let us charge out laptop while eating (I'm a student always looking to work on my thesis...)
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
Amazing place. Great hours, free wifi, good coffee and chocolate. Came here after a devil of a few days and totally forgot them. From the plush leather couch to the ample board games to play with friends, this place has everything one could hope for in a coffee shop. A diamond in the rough.
Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago