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City Scene logoDescription: This program goes behind the scenes of your city government at work, interviewing city staffers and partnership representatives about services and programs of benefit to you. New episodes of Las Vegas City Scene begin at 5:30 p.m. on the first Saturday of each month.

Host: Sue Leavitt  Length: 30 minutes

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This month on City Scene, learn how to stay safe online.  The internet is a big part of our daily lives and while being constantly connected is convenient, there are risks involved.  Our own City of Las Vegas IT experts offer simple steps on keeping yourself, your assets and your person information protected online.

Also-October is National Arts and Humanities month and from coast to coast people are celebrating the appreciation for the arts.  We tell you about a number of events and activities you can attend throughout our city.

And, Southern Nevada is in need of firefighters.  As part of a joint effort, the City of Las Vegas, North Las Vegas, Henderson, Boulder City, Pahrump and Clark County are all collaborating together to seek out qualified candidates.  We talk to City of Las Vegas Fire Chief Willie McDonald on what it takes to become a firefighter.

Original air date: September 6, 2014

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This month on City Scene, we tell you about big changes to the city’s Safekey (before and after school care) program, and show you how the new APPLE (All People Promoting Literacy Together) incentive is getting kids excited about reading.

Also—If you love to read you’ll want to mark your calendars for the Vegas Valley Book Festival--the largest annual literary event in Las Vegas!  We tell you which best-selling authors are attending the event and what you can expect at this year’s festival.

And, learn more about a children’s theater program geared to help youth enhance their acting ability.  The nationally recognized Rainbow Company has been an active theater group in town for almost 40 years.  We talk about some of their upcoming performances and let you know how you can get involved.

Original air date: September 6, 2014

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495. S. Main St.
Las Vegas, NV 89101
Phone: (702) 229-2222
TTY: (702) 386-9108
Phone: (702) 229-2222

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