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From RHL to RRH

Ray takes over on East U

From the October, 2009 issue

Red Hot Lovers, closed abruptly earlier this year. At the time, RHL owner Troy Slade, a 2003 U-M grad, blamed landlord Dick Johnston, who, he said, had refused to give him a multiyear lease.

Slade vowed to be back in a new location this fall. But now Ray Johnston, Dick's son, has beaten him to the punch: he's opened his own hot dog stand in RHL's old spot.

 
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