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Would you like a little art with your coffee and croissant? The Out of the Blue Gallery is showing drawings and prints by alumnus Eto Otitigbe (SB 1999) at the Coolidge Corner Au Bon Pain (286 Harvard St.) in Brookline. A reception -- with refreshments -- will be held on November 19 from 7-9pm and the works by Mr. Otitigbe will be up through December 1.

The annual Boston Phoenix "The Best" supplement (November 5) named MIT's noon-hour Chapel Concerts as the "best place to hear live music in the middle of a weekday." Praising the Eero Saarinen-designed building as "unique both visually and acoustically," the Phoenix informs readers that "a holy hour there -- Thursdays at noon throughout most of the academic year -- will make your day, and each concert is a different kind of treat... Or just show up any time the chapel is open and sit for a bit on the straight-backed wicker chairs to enjoy the interplay of light and silence."

A version of this article appeared in MIT Tech Talk on November 17, 1999.

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