While the rest of Baton Rouge sleeps, these workers help businesses thrive and make a living on ‘the graveyard shift’


(At 9:30 p.m., Baton Rouge General registered nurse Hassel Miller is on the front end of her overnight shift. Photography by Don Kadair) It’s 5 p.m. The sun is starting to set as people across Ba…

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