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Author Mary Logan Bikoff

  • 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 lives in an old bungalow in Inman Park with her husband and Australian shepherd.

 

Stories by the editorial department about travel, primarily from Arbiter's Getaway pieces

Get away to Columbus, GA

Whitewater rapids give this little city a big rush

Move over, Chattooga River. At least for the moment, the Chattahoochee is Georgia’s hot spot for whitewater rafting—along a new course that travels right through the heart of downtown Columbus. And there’s more to this adventure than the novelty of floating past historic city mills. Read More

Historical facts about some of Georgia's small towns

Most towns between Atlanta and Savannah have a Sherman story, though Covington’s is less harrowing than some: His troops looted the town but otherwise left it intact. Read More

Agriculture meets tourism in Southwest Georgia

A look at some of the area's best spots to sample farm life

Brooke Hatfield’s route took her past Sweet Grass Dairy and White Oak Pastures, but the southwest region is home to some of Georgia’s top-producing counties. Read More

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