Late Monday night, someone painted this message across the top of the old South Shore Hospital building in South Beach.
Late Monday night, someone painted this message across the top of the old South Shore Hospital building in South Beach. Stephen Cohen Provided to the Herald
Late Monday night, someone painted this message across the top of the old South Shore Hospital building in South Beach. Stephen Cohen Provided to the Herald

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