Frank about their intentions

Eddie Blake, 85, left, and son Dennis, 57, next to their landmark Tail o' the Pup hot dog stand. They want to reopen it at a new site on the Westside. "The dog itself doesn't need a lot of work. We'd just have to build a kitchen and attach it to the back of it," Dennis said.
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( Mel Melcon / Los Angeles Times / March 26, 2010 )

Eddie Blake, 85, left, and son Dennis, 57, next to their landmark Tail o' the Pup hot dog stand. They want to reopen it at a new site on the Westside. "The dog itself doesn't need a lot of work. We'd just have to build a kitchen and attach it to the back of it," Dennis said.

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