This New York Times article talks about a new trend out of New York -- beauty salons that are open late to accommodate night owls.
This is one more step toward a total 24-hour culture that may make it challenging for people to find a good reason to go to sleep.
One exception may be the Osaka Health Spa on West 46th Street. According to the article:
The spa is open until midnight Monday through Saturday. But the place was empty on Friday evening — not because it was late, said Joseph Lee, the spa’s consulting physician, but because it was too early.
“We get Broadway actors, actresses and dancers who come in after their performances,” Mr. Lee said. “Acupressure is great for insomnia.”