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  • Behind a small building off Normandy Boulevard sits a place simply known as the "Blacktop".

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  • Kenneth McNeil, 15, is one of the many players who count a trip to the "Blacktop" as a nightly ritual.

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  • The "Blacktop" will be the site of a new teen basketball league started by MAD DADS and the Potter's House Church.

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  • Codenamed 'Blacktop', because it aimed to give laptops the same fast functionality as a BlackBerry when it comes to tasks such as email ( 'Blacktop' is of course a portmanteau of

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  • "Monte is the master of the low road," screenwriter Rudy Wurlitzer said recently, reflecting on his experience working with Monte Hellman on 1971's "Two-Lane Blacktop."

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  • The difference is black and white: Blacktop this time.

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  • There's a temptation to liken the novelist and screenwriter Rudy Wurlitzer to one of his great anti-protagonists, like the gearheads in the 1971 film "Two-Lane Blacktop," lost to white-line fever in the vast expanse of a country that doesn't seem to exist anymore.

    On the Road Again

  • The retrospective doesn't only feature Mr. Wurlitzer's celebrated collaborations with maverick directors like Monte Hellman ("Two-Lane Blacktop"), Sam Peckinpah ("Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid") and Alex Cox ("Walker") It's a bit of an extravaganza, as well.

    On the Road Again

  • I discussed these various scenarios with my friend, and agreeing we didn't want to find ourselves next on the Green River Killer's roster of victims, we came up with some ground rules: No single men (I hadn't seen Two-Lane Blacktop so ...), no young couples, and no groups of guys.

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  • This was a Blacktop Bully match and that was the rationale for having an eighteen-wheeler involved.

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