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  • Mary Logan Bikoff

    Associate Editor

    Bikoff covers lifestyle topics including fashion, art, and travel. She began her career at Atlanta magazine as an intern in 2006 and returned as associate editor in 2013. In between, she lived in New York and freelanced for Condé Nast, National Geographic publications, and Paper magazine. While there, she got a master's degree in American studies from Columbia University. A native of Atlanta, she is a University of Georgia graduate and resides in Inman Park with her husband and dog.

 

The queen of all pop-ups comes to Shops Around Lenox this weekend

39 x 43 rescues us from pop-up fatigue.

Pop-up shops come and go in the blink of an eye (as they are wont to do), but some have more staying power than others—like this weekend’s 39 x 43, which is pretty much the queen of all pop-ups, featuring at least a dozen of our favorite local designers and artisans in one place—all Southern, most from right here in Atlanta. Read more...

Mourning the Mighty Hannibal, soul legend and friend

The performer made a splash in the sixties, then dropped off the scene. But in his final years, he enjoyed a rebirth.

Atlanta lost some of its funk and soul heritage yesterday when singer/songwriter and ultimate showman James Shaw, better known as the Mighty Hannibal, died unexpectedly of natural causes at age 74. Read more...

Let the (Hunger) Games begin

Atlantans have their own “district” native in Stephanie Leigh Schlund, aka Cashmere.

Before you go all rooting for kindhearted Katniss, consider this: We have our own district tribute in the fight with Atlanta native Stephanie Leigh Schlund, who plays Cashmere. And she’s not just any tribute: She’s from the beautiful, bloodthirsty District One, where career tributes are hardened from birth for vicious war. Read more...

Designer Mychael Knight on Project Runway . . . Again!

Catch the second episode of season three All-Stars tonight

We all remember Mychael Knight. The baby-faced Atlanta designer who stole our hearts on season three of Project Runway back in 2006, when he won fan favorite but came in fourth overall . . . and again in 2009 on Project Runway All-Stars, which Daniel Vosovic won. But could the third time be the charm? Read more...

Bolo ties, hay bales, and Ted Turner

Notes from last night’s gala High Museum preview of Go West!

The High Museum Go West! exhibition traces the history of Western expansion with works from 1830 to 1930, in sections focusing on explorers, Native American objects and art, landscapes by Hudson River School artists like Thomas Moran, the significance of the buffalo, the romanticizing of cowboys and Indians alike, sportsmen, conservation, and the reservation era. Read more...