In New York City, night has fallen and it's now past the 8 p.m. curfew, but crowds are still marching through the city.
It's been a relatively quiet night, with smaller crowds than earlier in the week, said CNN Correspondent Bill Weir. One group is marching down Manhattan toward the Manhattan Bridge, which would cross into Brooklyn.
Though crowds are smaller, they're also more festive and peaceful, said Weir.
"People (have been) handing out free water and sign-making materials to protesters. And as we saw most of the day, the crowds were really diverse, families were out marching ... There was a musical second line New Orleans-style procession that went all around the city, led by Jon Batiste, the band leader from Stephen Colbert's "Late Show." And people singing along to Whitney Houston songs and "When the Saints Go Marching In," Weir said.
"It was a very different attitude emotionally than we've seen all week."
Police have also taken a more hands-off approach, Weir said. It seems like "the tactic tonight is to just let the crowd move as they want to and let it dissipate on their own," rather than arrest and detain people for being out past curfew as seen earlier in the week.