Los Angeles: Dusk Till Dawn
24 Hour Diner | Bicycle Kitchen | Club Hwood | Crime Scene | Flower Market | Food Trucks | Ghost Hunters
Hollywood Park | Night at the Museum | Night Golf | Night Productions | Santa Monica Pier | Starry Night | Wig Out
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The City of Angels after the sun goes down


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Crime Scene

By John Guenther

While the city sleeps, Death keeps working through the night. After he pays a visit, Clean Scene Services is on call to straighten up after his messier cases. Read More

  • Crime Scene

    Crime Scene

    By John Guenther

    While the city sleeps, Death keeps working through the night. After he pays a visit, Clean Scene Services is on call to straighten up after his messier cases. Read More

  • Wig Out

    Wig Out

    By Olga Khazan

    Every month Los Angeles performance artists gather at downtown's Bordello club for a cabaret. Sometimes there are donuts, sometimes there are goat hearts, but there are always wigs. Read more

  • Santa Monica Pier

    Santa Monica Pier

    By Andrew Khouri

    A night time stroll down the Santa Monica pier is an adventure: the century old pier is home to an amusement park, arcade games, and countless unique characters. Read more

  • The Bicycle Kitchen

    The Bicycle Kitchen

    By LeTania Kirkland

    The bicycle culture is a growing trend to some. To those at the Bicycle Kitchen, it is a rare opportunity to discover cohesion and a new perspective of the city. Read More

  • Night at the Museum

    Night at the Museum

    By Albert Sabaté

    An energetic crowd starts the night sharing music and drinks with the stuffed animal and fossilized residents of the Natural History Museum. Read more

  • Food Trucks

    Food Trucks

    By Christine Trang

    Because food trucks are a large part of the Los Angeles culture, Frysmith attempted to experiment with something different. Read more




24 Hour Diner | Ruth Frantz
Open 24/7, diners in Los Angeles cater to all walks of life.

Bicycle Kitchen | LeTania Kirkland
Wrenching and camaraderie at the Bicycle Kitchen in East Hollywood.

Club Hwood | Hillel Aron
Doorman/Therapist Andrew Brin takes us on a sociological tour through the L.A. nightclub world.

Crime Scene | John Guenther
While the city sleeps, Death keeps working through the night. After he pays a visit, Clean Scene Services is on call to straighten up after his messier cases.

Flower Market | Catherine Cloutier
Long before the sun shines on Los Angeles and florist shops open, the Flower District brightens up one street of the darkened city with a banquet of color.

Food Trucks | Christine Trang
Because food trucks are a large part of the Los Angeles culture, Frysmith attempted to experiment with something different.

Ghost Hunters | Michael Green
Come take a walk on the paranormal side. See what the living don't see, from sunset to sunrise.

Hollywood Park | Julia James
For the hordes of 20-somethings who flock to Inglewood’s Hollywood Park for a night of beer and bets, horse racing is not about escaping reality; it’s about escaping to it, from the illusion that is Los Angeles.

Museum | Albert Sabaté
An energetic crowd starts the night sharing music and drinks with the stuffed animal and fossilized residents of the Natural History Museum.

Night Golf | Patrick Crawley
Night golf at Westchester Golf Course is for everyone: die-hards, newbies, couples, frat boys. Everyone.

Night Productions | Stephanie Guzman
Photographers and filmmakers talk about how shooting at night can feel like they're the only one up in Los Angeles.

Santa Monica Pier | Andrew Khouri
A night time stroll down the Santa Monica pier is an adventure: the century old pier is home to an amusement park, arcade games, and countless unique characters.

Starry Night | Piya Sinha-Roy
Hollywood may have its stars on the ground, but the best place to star-gaze in the City of Angels is high up on the hills at the Griffith Observatory.

Wig Out | Olga Khazan
Every month Los Angeles performance artists gather at downtown's Bordello club for a cabaret. Sometimes there are donuts, sometimes there are goat hearts, but there are always wigs.


The stories: 24 Hour Diner | Bicycle Kitchen | Club Hwood | Crime Scene | Flower Market | Food Trucks | Ghost Hunters
Hollywood Park | Night at the Museum | Night Golf | Night Productions | Santa Monica Pier | Starry Night | Wig Out

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