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The nonprofit Cook Inlet Tribal Council hopes that the new video game "Never Alone," the first major Native-produced video game, will be a cultural and economic success.Mike Dunham

A"Never Alone" preview party that was held at the Hard Rock Cafe in Anchorage on Monday, Oct. 20, 2014, for the new video game based on Alaska Native legends that was developed by the Cook Inlet Tribal Council and E-Line Media of New York.

Mike Dunham

Upper One Games, Cook Inlet Tribal Council's video game development arm, demonstrated the Alaska Native-inspired video game "Never Alone" at the 2014 Elders and Youth Conference Arts & Opps Showcase at the Dena’ina Center in Anchorage. The game draws on traditional Inupiat tales to tell the story of Nuna, who travels through the game attempting to save her people from an endless blizzard. It is expected to retail for about $15. The scheduled release date is Nov. 18. 

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A new and sparkling remastering of "Drums of Winter," one of the most honored Alaska documentaries of all time, will debut at Bear Tooth on Monday, Nov. 3.Mike Dunham
Perseverance Theatre's "An Iliad" may not be a regular play but it's great theater.Mike Dunham

Inevitable fragility is, in a way, what “Groundwork,” a solo exhibit by Anchorage artist Keren Lowell, is all about.

Mike Dunham
Artist Keren Lowell's first big solo show, now on display at the Anchorage Museum, uses discarded material to create large-scale abstract fabric work. Mike Dunham
The current production of Ibsen's masterpiece at Cyrano's features some overacting, some underacting and several on-target performances. Mike Dunham

The touring production of "Les Miserables," playing at the Atwood Concert Hall through Oct. 26, mostly delivers on its promise of extravagant excitement.

Egan Millard
The Anchorage Concert Association's production of "Les Miserables," playing at the Atwood Concert Hall through Oct. 26, mostly delivers on its promise of extravagant excitement.Egan Millard

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