July / August 2008

Evansville Living

Bull Island

It’s not that photographer Sonny Brown had never seen a naked woman at the time he shot one standing near the banks of the Wabash River in the summer of 1972. It’s just that he’d never seen one looking so

A Love Story

Bear with me. This is a story of hope, but I have to be honest. Once or twice a day I just want to punch something. The anger rises as the reality hits me again: my wife, Ann, has incurable


If the Shoe Fits

Considering running the Evansville Half Marathon this October? Now’s the time to get ready for the event. Essential to your success, whether you’re at the head of the pack or bringing up the rear is a good pair of running

Al Perry

Whether he’s taking pictures of wildlife in the backyard of his McCutchanville home or exploring the Amazon rain forest to photograph bullet ants, Al Perry doesn’t leave home without his camera. He’s known for his nature photography now, but to