DreDay started his radio career taking over the airwaves as a morning show host at his college radio station at Bethune-Cookman University where the city quickly fell in love with his engaging and charismatic personality. After graduating college, DreDay established himself as a DreDay started his radio career taking over the airwaves as a morning show host at his college radio station at Bethune-Cookman University where the city quickly fell in love with his engaging and charismatic personality. After graduating college, DreDay established himself as a dominant radio personality and DJ in his hometown of Orlando on Power 95.3 and STAR 94.5. You could always find DreDay out in the city rocking Orlando’s hottest nightclubs or bringing the party to school pep rallies within central Florida. With a new home at 105.1 The Block, DreDay is excited to bring his high energy and electric personality to Tuscaloosa. You’ll be sure to see him out around west Alabama smiling and having a good time behind the turntables or in the crowd!
Students Attended Parties In TTown Knowing They Were COVID-19 Positive
Students Attended Parties In TTown Knowing They Were COVID-19 Positive.
6- Month Old Webber Could Use A New Home
Every week we team up with our friends at the Humane Society Of West Alabama to bring you a new pet up for adoption. This week's HSWA Pet of the Week is Webber.
My Father’s First Trip To Veteran’s Memorial Park Was Amazing!
Back home in Florida, I always heard my veteran uncles and my father talking about stories of them in the service. My father and his brother were both in the United States Army, and my uncle on my mother's side was in the Navy. They'd always tease him saying he had it easy compared to them…
Tuscaloosa May Be Headed Toward A City Wide Mask Ordinance
As the state of Alabama approaches 34,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19 it is imperative that Tuscaloosa takes time to really analyze if wearing masks will help to decrease the number of people exposed to the Coronavirus.
PARA Foundation Receives Over $500k Donation For New Playground
Tuscaloosa County Commission votes to approve a massive amount of money for the Tuscaloosa All-Inclusive Playground Project. This new incoming playground will be guaranteed fun for members of the community no matter their age. The playground will include special elements unique to Tuscaloosa. Accord…
Tuscaloosa Police Gave A Surprise Parade For Local Child
It seems like every day there is a news story about something showing police in a negative light. Right here in Tuscaloosa, officers are doing their part to show compassion and care for the communities they serve.
Time Is Running Out To Apply For Your Absentee Ballot
Time is running out to apply for an absentee ballot. Many are concerned about showing up to the polls to vote for the upcoming July 14th Primary Runoff Election. You can stay safe by casting an absentee ballot. You won't even have to physically show up to the polls. The office of Alabama Secret…
The Police Followed Me And I Wondered If I’d Make It Home
Recently, I was driving with my wife and baby in the car. I drove past a police car and that car ended up driving behind me. Here's what happened next.
I Earned My Parenting Stripes Last Night
Last night, I think I became a real parent. I'm talking, on a budget, calculating every detail parent. Like, beyond the "This is 30 cents more expensive than that and it's not worth it so I'll just get the less expensive one," calculating. I'm talking about "I use …
Spread The Word: More Than A March is Saturday
Lit music, guest speakers, prizes, and education on voting! You can only get it ar one event. Join 105.1 the Block, The Tuscaloosa Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. and the Croom Foundation at Jaycee Fairgrounds on Saturday, June 27th, 2020 from 11a-1p for More Than a March. This w…