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CONCERTS

SOUL: Danielle Kelly Soul Trio, 6 p.m. Friday, livestream from the Holly Theater, Medford; Free; on the Best NorthWest Facebook page.

FINAL WEEKEND: "New Year, New Us," livestream musical tribute to new beginnings, 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday, 2 p.m. Sunday, from Ghostlight Playhouse, Medford; $15; ghostlightplayhouse.com.

EVENTS

ART: "Down the Rabbit Hole," zentangle drawings by Cindy Hernandez, opens today, Gallery One at the Museum, 229-B S.W. G St. Free, runs through February; 541-479-1218.

FABRIC ART: Mountrain Stars Quilters Guild Front Porch Quilt Show, on the themes "Valentine's Day," "All Things Hearts" and "Something Red"; free, online at msquilters.com.

BOOKS

Released this week:

KRISTIN HANNAH: "The Four Winds"

JANE HARPER: "The Survivors"

MARK HARRIS: "Mike Nichols: A Life"

IRIS JOHNSON, ROY JOHNSON: "Blink of an Eye"

JONATHAN KELLERMAN: "Serpentine"

COURTNEY SUMMERS: "The Project"

VIDEO

Released Tuesday on DVD/Blu-ray and some streaming services:

"BREACH:" A mechanic on a spaceship ark to New Earth must outwit a cosmic entity trying to take over the ship. With Cody Kearsley and Bruce Willis. R

"HOST:" Six friends hire a medium for a seance via Zoom but things go wrong in this thriller. Not rated.

"LET HIM GO:" A retired sheriff (Kevin Costner) and his wife (Diane Lane) set out to find their grandson after their son is killed. R

"TESLA:" Ethan Hawke plays the genius in this drama that looks at Nikola Tesla's relationship with Thomas Edison and J.P. Morgan's daughter as he makes breakthroughs in electricity. PG-13

"WILD MOUNTAIN THYME:" A pair of star-crossed lovers (Jon Hamm and Emily Blunt) get caught up in their families' land dispute in Ireland. PG-13

ALBUMS

Dropping Friday:

JOHN CARPENTER: "Lost Themes III"

FOO FIGHTERS: "Medicine at Midnight"

AARON LEE TASJAN: "Tasjan!"

THE WEATHER STATION: "Ignorance"

THE WEEKND: "The Highlights"


Entertainment guide
Many entertainment venues are closed in response to the coronavirus pandemic. Some events are being held online. All are subject to last-minute re-scheduling due to ever-changing measures to help control the spread of the coronavirus. Read More »

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