1330AM WEBY Northwest Florida's Talk Radio

Bio

Hey, the name's Anthony. Most people know me as A-Dogg. I work in radio. I am the executive producer for 1330 WEBY and also host a show called 'Christian Connections' on Sundays at 6:30am and again at 11:00am with the best variety of Christian music & interviews with artists. Tune in! I probably consider myself very lucky as I have a wonderful family. I don't think I could surround myself with more wonderful people than with my family & friends.

I have lived here in Milton, FL for my entire life though I really love Tennessee. I'm a pretty good guy though I tend to get pretty hyper quite often. I don't drink, smoke, or do drugs. That stuff isn't me and it doesn't turn me on quite honestly. I love God, I find myself turning to him because no matter who I'm around, I know he's always there with me.

Music makes the world go around in my opinion. I like everything, I can turn on a song and adapt it to whatever mood I am in and I love going to concerts (there's nothing better than letting the energy out live with hundreds or thousands of others with you).
 

Heroes/Inspirational People

  • My friends
  • My family
  • God
  • Ladies

Movies/Television

  • Zombieland (by far)
  • Anything on ESPN involving sports
  • Good sitcoms from the 90's era

Hobbies/Interests

  • football
  • kickball
  • basketball
  • music
  • concerts
  • hanging out with my friends AKA home-dogs!

  • After driver's death, Tony Stewart's return to NASCAR cut short

    What started as a deeply emotional race for Tony Stewart ended prematurely when a blown tire cut short his return to NASCAR.

  • KKK steps up its recruiting efforts

    Recruiting fliers are being left at homes in cities across the country, possibly in an attempt to seize on issues of race and immigration that have become prevalent recently.

  • Meet 'Dead Man Walking' nun

    Sister Helen Prejean blasts the air-conditioner in her champagne-colored Toyota Corolla, the back bumper held up with duct tape. It's clear why friends insist on driving when they are with her. She could rival NASCAR's Danica Patrick on the gas pedal. Age -- she turned 75 this year -- hasn't slowed her down.

  • Boy finds hope amid slaughter

    Azwan Elias arrived in America this summer filled with excitement and eagerness to learn. Everyone who knows him says he is wise beyond his 17 years, that he is destined to lead others in his restive homeland of Iraq.

  • 4 ways to beat 'The Man'

    Nan Grogan Orrock defied her family's wishes by sneaking away to join the 1963 March on Washington. But don't ask her about Martin Luther King's "I Have a Dream" speech. She doesn't remember it.

  • This is the fountain of youth?

    For centuries, man has been on a quest to find the elixir to eternal life. Alchemists struggled fruitlessly to create the legendary philosopher's stone, a mythical substance capable of turning base metals into precious gold and said to hold the key to immortality.

  • Solar system in huge bubble

    Ever feel like you live in a bubble?

  • Stolen photos of dead wife returned

    When Dave Lacey's house was broken into, he lost something no amount of money could replace: a camera with the last pictures of his beloved late wife.

  • Michael Sam waived by Rams

    The St. Louis Rams announced Saturday that Michael Sam, who made history as the first openly gay player to be drafted into the NFL, has been waived and did not make the team's final 53-man roster.

  • Texting woman impaled in buttocks

    A woman admits to texting while driving after she hit a pole which pierced her buttocks. KUSA reports.

  • GOP has jitters over Kansas

    Our Labor Day weekend trip around the "Inside Politics" table included GOP jitters over Kansas, the 2016 impact of President Obama's immigration deliberations, progressive worries about Elizabeth Warren's hawkish foreign policy views, and Republican angst about a research project that was designed to help but may have done more harm then good.

  • Sand collapse kills 9-year-old girl at beach

    A 9-year-old died at an Oregon beach when a hole she was digging in the sand caved in and buried her, authorities said.

  • Losing weight: What they don't say

    At 27 years old, I weighed 486 pounds and decided to have gastric bypass surgery. I know what you might be thinking: "Oh, you took the easy way out."

  • Grieving family: 'Heart goes out' to girl in Uzi accident

    The grieving family of the Arizona instructor accidentally shot and killed by a girl learning to fire an Uzi expressed sympathy for the 9-year-old.

  • 15 funniest travel books

    Because a sense of humor is essential when facing the mysteries and miseries of a foreign culture.

  • What 'perfect' wine tastes like

    Most people don't taste one "perfect" wine their whole lives; now you can taste 10 in one four-day tour.

  • Widower's stolen photos of wife returned

    When Dave Lacey's house was broken into, he lost something no amount of money could replace: a camera with the last pictures of his beloved late wife.

  • Cops: Barista's sex shows made millions

    Police say a woman ran a prostitution ring out of several drive-thru coffee shops. CNN affiliate KIRO reports.

  • 'Pants' challenge sparks fiery debate

    Fireworks ensued when guests tackled the issue of saggy pants and racial profiling.

  • KKK steps up its recruiting efforts

    Recruiting fliers are being left at homes in cities across the country, possibly in an attempt to seize on issues of race and immigration that have become prevalent recently.

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