Sculptures to raise funds for hospital

UNION SQUARE HEARTS
Heart-shaped sculptures were unveiled Thursday in a fundraising effort that benefits the San Francisco General Hospital Foundation. Six 16-inch “tabletop” hearts are displayed in Macy’s Union Square as part of 2010 Hearts in San Francisco. The art project places heart sculptures around The City to raise money for the hospital. They will be on display until Feb. 11.

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