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COMMAND PERFORMANCE: The Smith Center for the Performing Arts, a $470 million music and performance complex scheduled to open in late 2012, was designed for maximum artist performance and audience pleasure.

LABOR AND LATTES: Technology is freeing more workers to escape offices and set up shop in coffeehouses and restaurants, which offer relaxed settings for project-completing and client-meeting.

EXECUTIVE SNAPSHOT: Greenberg Traurig shareholder Mark Tratos discusses his love for art and describes shifts in intellectual property laws.

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The new Pay Your Fair Share program is already bringing in revenue, according to an informal survey by Department of Motor Vehicles workers. The DMV said 439 people registering vehicles between July 27 and Aug. 10 said they were doing so because of publicity surrounding the new program, which accepts tips from residents reporting motorists who live here buy haven’t changed their out-of-state registrations.

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