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TELEVISION

CBS builds series around ‘Silence of the Lambs’ heroine

The show will be called “Clarice” and it will find Starling in the aftermath of the events of “Silence of the Lambs,” in 1993, hunting other serial killers and predators in Washington, D.C.

MOVIES

In Focus: Lucian Freud, in the flesh on canvas and screen

A documentary about the British painter accompanies a major MFA exhibition of his self-portraits.

TELEVISION

When chemistry experiments succeed

I’m thinking about ensembles because of all the recent talk about “Friends,” a series that, along with “Cheers,” “The Office,” and “Seinfeld,” is an ensemble classic.

MOVIES

With ‘Emma.,’ Autumn de Wilde trades midnight movies for ballroom glances

The director of "Emma." might be new to filmmaking, but she is no stranger to playful, Austenesque romance.

NAMES

Berklee College of Music has a new outpost in Abu Dhabi

The Boston school already has campuses in New York City and Valencia, Spain.

CLASSICAL MUSIC

Rediscovering a piece of Boston’s choral and architectural history

Lukas Foss’s “Behold! I Build an House” was composed for the March 1950 dedication of Boston University’s Marsh Chapel.

FOOD

At the Samuel Adams Boston Tap Room, drink beer you can’t find anywhere else

The new downtown facility is focused on research and development, and a dozen of the 20 taps dispense selections brewed onsite.

MOVIES

‘Once Were Brothers’ takes a hard look at Robbie Robertson and the Band

The film was inspired by Robertson’s autobiography.

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BOOK REVIEW

In Lily King’s new novel, a young writer struggles with life and love

The author deftly crafts a young woman's life in the late '90s in Boston.

BOOKS

A historian finds women, children, and ‘family history’ at the Boston Massacre

Kate Tuttle talks to Serena Zabin, author of "The Boston Massacre: A Family History.”

MOVIES

Belmont goes international, Soviet comedy, Somerville shenanigans, Lulu’s back in town

Films that are screening in the Greater Boston area.

ART REVIEW

At Tufts, ‘Walls Turned Sideways’ exhibition takes a harrowing look at criminal justice

The show weaves together art and life to cast a black and white issue in shades of gray.

MOVIES

‘The Invisible Man’: When who you see sure isn’t who you get

Elisabeth Moss fights back against her vengeful mad-scientist ex in a remake cannily retooled for an era of gaslighting men and the women who see through them (literally).

James Taylor refashions the classics on a too-polite ‘American Standard’

He puts the spotlight on early 20th-century American music, paying tribute to pieces that inspired him when he was falling in love with the idea of songcraft.