Originally appeared in the S.F. Examiner on Mar. 5, 2020.
With the RSA conference in town last week, The City finally felt alive again. After weeks of struggling to survive, there were finally enough people with expense accounts willing to take taxis.
On Wednesday night, numerous RSA-related events were happening throughout Union Square and South of Market.
At 10 p.m., I’m on my way to check out a corporate sponsored concert at August Hall when I see an outstretched arm by The Donatello.
I quickly pull over. In the side mirror, I watch a man say goodbye to a woman. A few minutes later, though, she follows him to the cab.
I can tell right away things aren’t what they seem…
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[Image from the San Francisco Postcard Collection – Street Scenes from Behind the Wheel.]