The well-known parking garage at 1111 Lincoln Road was lit up like a rainbow Thursday night to mark the beginning of Miami Beach Gay Pride and as a tribute to the victims of the Pulse massacre.
The well-known parking garage at 1111 Lincoln Road was lit up like a rainbow Thursday night to mark the beginning of Miami Beach Gay Pride and as a tribute to the victims of the Pulse massacre. Joey Flechas jflechas@miamiherald.com
The well-known parking garage at 1111 Lincoln Road was lit up like a rainbow Thursday night to mark the beginning of Miami Beach Gay Pride and as a tribute to the victims of the Pulse massacre. Joey Flechas jflechas@miamiherald.com

He escaped death in the Pulse nightclub shooting. Now, he’s South Beach’s pride.

April 07, 2017 04:06 PM

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