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About Guns N Roses

When you think of '80s California hard rock, you think of Guns N' Roses. Fronted by controversial singer, songwriter, and musician Axl Rose and accompanied by the musical styling of iconic lead guitarist Slash, rhythm guitarist Izzy Stradlin, bassist Duff McKagan, and percussionist Steve Adler, GN'R have been rocking faces for decades. Fans in need of a replacement for their favorite Guns n' Roses CD or a Guns n' Roses shirt to rock out in at the next residency show can fill the bill easily on eBay. Additionally, since these hard rock revivalists show no sign of slowing down, you know that there will be another show. The only thing up in the air is the lineup. The band boasts one of the highest selling debut albums of all time, "Appetite for Destruction," and points to a long list of classic influences, including Aerosmith, the New York Dolls, Van Halen, The Rolling Stones, and Cheap Trick. Late December of 2011 saw the induction of the iconoclastic group into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, bolstered there on the continued success and popularity of hits like their number one single "Sweet Child o' Mine," the Billboard ballad "November Rain," and other popular contenders like "Welcome to the Jungle," and "Paradise City." It's enough to make you break out your bandana.


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Outlaws Making Comeback

December 15, 1985|By Buddy Nevins, Staff Writer

Down to only three members in Broward County a year ago, the Outlaws motorcycle gang is back, gaining strength and worrying police.

Swaggering Outlaws terrorized Sunday visitors to Treetops Park in Davie three weeks ago, beating a member of the Dragons motorcycle club who refused to remove his jacket.

``They`re here. And they`re still using the old ways to show they are in charge,`` said Bob Faulker, a Broward sheriff`s detective who has kept tabs on the Outlaws for 20 years.

Despite the park fight, most of the new Outlaws are decidedly low key. They are more likely to wear designer suits than leather and denim.

But beneath their freshly polished exterior is the same group who have been convicted of everything from theft to murder.

``There isn`t a crime they won`t do,`` Faulker said.

The group is actively recruiting members in Florida, seeking to recover from a federal crackdown that saw hundreds of members jailed in the early 1980s.

Broward`s chapter, a sprawling home along Southwest 40th Avenue south of Fort Lauderdale, now has 15 members. In the mid-1970s, there were 126 Outlaws in Broward, which has the only clubhouse in southeast Florida.

Although still small, the resurgent Outlaws are a threat, police investigators say.

``Even a low number of individuals involved in crime on a constant basis will impact an area severely,`` warned Detective Grady Snider, a Tampa Police Department specialist on the gang.

Police call the Outlaws the most violent criminals ever to operate in the United States. Gang members and their associates involved in highly publicized violent crimes have included:

(BU) Salvatore Leo, convicted of stabbing a man to death in a bar in Fort Lauderdale. Leo insisted the victim`s friend should not be wearing a tattoo that looked like an Outlaws emblem.

(BU) Peter Woolsey, a gang associate, convicted of killing two bikers and wounding two others in a Halloween shooting at the gang`s Broward clubhouse. A member had tried to prevent Woolsey from partaking in some Outlaws customs. Woolsey was also convicted of killing a fisherman in another incident.

(BU) Robert ``Big Red`` Woolsey, a local member convicted of all types of crimes, including murder. He was shot to death last year in a gunfight outside a State Road 84 restaurant in Fort Lauderdale after an Outlaws member was refused a beer.

(BU) Joseph ``Crazy Joe`` Spaziano, who may end up the first Outlaw to be executed in Florida`s electric chair. Spaziano, scheduled to die this month before a stay was issued, has been convicted of killing a nurse, mutilating her body and leaving her on a trash heap. He then took club members to the dump on the West Coast to view the body.

(BU) James ``Pinball`` Agnew, one-time secretary-treasurer of the Broward Outlaws, who was convicted of trying to remove a tattoo from a man`s arm with a knife because it resembled an Outlaws tattoo.

(BU) Michael ``Moldy Mike`` Cave, who has been arrested repeatedly on charges of rape, drug possession, assault, breaking and entering and car theft. He is now in a state prison serving time on drug charges.

There were 131 Outlaws on death rows across the country in 1980, according to a survey done by police agencies that cooperate on motorcycle gang intelligence. Authorities claim that in the past 19 years group members have committed at least 42 murders in Florida. Three members are on death row in Florida State Prison.

The gang, in its heyday, had at most 2,000 members nationwide. Today, it has 500 to 800 members, according to police.

Many times the victims of their violence have been Outlaws themselves. Six gang members have been buried in a Davie cemetery, and their grave markers are inscribed with the slogan ``Outlaws Forever`` and Nazi emblems.

Dozens not connected with the gang have been hurt, too. Police have documented dozens of beatings, rapes, burglaries and car thefts by Outlaws.

That`s why Faulker and other detectives across the state are watching the revival of the gang.

In addition to the membership drive in Broward, Outlaws are seeking new recruits on Florida`s West Coast, Tampa police say. The group is also growing in Jacksonville, where federal convictions of 15 members on racketeering charges had destroyed the gang, according to Jacksonville police.

``The Outlaws were all but destroyed here. They remained a presence and that`s all,`` recalled Detective Keith Touchton, a Jacksonville sheriff`s expert on the Outlaws.

James T. ``Big Jim`` Nolan, the longtime president of the Broward chapter, was jailed on a succession of state and local charges, including pimping, firearm violations and threatening the life of a police officer. Police locked up other Outlaws on everything from murder to drunken driving.

``After Nolan and some of the originals went down, the gang fell apart. Nolan had the charisma that held it together,`` said Faulker.

The gang then changed direction.



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Author, Journalist (1876–1916) 929 SHARES Quick Facts Name Jack London Occupation Author, Journalist Birth Date January 12, 1876 Death Date November 22, 1916 Place of Birth San Francisco, California Place of Death Glen Ellen, California AKA John Griffith Chaney Jack London Synopsis Early Years The Young Writer Commercial Success Final Years Cite This Page Jack London was a 19th century American author and journalist, best known for the adventure novels White Fang and The Call of the Wild.

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Synopsis

Jack London was born John Griffith Chaney on January 12, 1876, in San Francisco, California. After working in the Klondike, London returned home and began publishing stories. His novels, including The Call of the Wild , White Fang and Martin Eden , placed London among the most popular American authors of his time. London, who was also a journalist and an outspoken socialist, died in 1916.

Early Years

Journalist and author John Griffith Chaney, better known as Jack London, was born on January 12, 1876, in San Francisco, California. Jack, as he came to call himself as a boy, was the son of Flora Wellman, an unwed mother, and William Chaney, an attorney, journalist and pioneering leader in the new field of American astrology.

His father was never part of his life, and his mother ended up marrying John London, a Civil War veteran, who moved his new family around the Bay Area before settling in Oakland.

Jack London grew up working-class. He carved out his own hardscrabble life as a teen. He rode trains, pirated oysters, shoveled coal, worked on a sealing ship on the Pacific and found employment in a cannery. In his free time he hunkered down at libraries, soaking up novels and travel books.

The Young Writer

His life as a writer essentially began in 1893. That year he had weathered a harrowing sealing voyage, one in which a typhoon had nearly taken out London and his crew. The 17-year-old adventurer had made it home and regaled his mother with his tales of what had happened to him. When she saw an announcement in one of the local papers for a writing contest, she pushed her son to write down and submit his story.

Armed with just an eighth-grade education, London captured the $25 first prize, beating out college students from Berkeley and Stanford.

For London, the contest was an eye-opening experience, and he decided to dedicate his life to writing short stories. But he had trouble finding willing publishers. After trying to make a go of it on the East Coast, he returned to California and briefly enrolled at the University of California at Berkeley, before heading north to Canada to seek at least a small fortune in the gold rush happening in the Yukon.

By the age of 22, however, London still hadn't put together much of a living. He had once again returned to California and was still determined to carve out a living as a writer. His experience in the Yukon had convinced him he had stories he could tell. In addition, his own poverty and that of the struggling men and women he encountered pushed him to embrace socialism, which he stayed committed to all his life.

In 1899 he began publishing stories in the Overland Monthly . The experience of writing and getting published greatly disciplined London as a writer. From that time forward, London made it a practice to write at least a thousand words a day.

Commercial Success

London found fame and some fortune at the age of 27 with his novel The Call of the Wild (1903), which told the story of a dog that finds its place in the world as a sled dog in the Yukon.

The success did little to soften London's hard-driving lifestyle. A prolific writer, he published more than 50 books over the last 16 years of his life. The titles included The People of the Abyss (1903), which offered a scathing critique of capitalism; White Fang (1906), a popular tale about a wild wolf dog becoming domesticated; and John Barleycorn (1913), a memoir of sorts that detailed his lifelong battle with alcohol.

He charged forth in other ways, too. He covered the Russo-Japanese War in 1904 for Hearst papers, introduced American readers to Hawaii and the sport of surfing, and frequently lectured about the problems associated with capitalism.

Final Years

In 1900 London married Bess Maddern. The couple had two daughters together, Joan and Bess. By some accounts Bess and London's relationship was constructed less around love and more around the idea that they could have strong, healthy children together. It's not surprising, then, that their marriage lasted just a few years. In 1905, following his divorce from Bess, London married Charmian Kittredge, whom he would be with for the rest of his life.

For much of the last decade of his life, London faced a number of health issues. This included kidney disease, which ended up taking his life. He died at his California ranch, which he shared with Kittredge, on November 22, 1916.

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