Comments Send Print Share Recommend Tweet Morning Shift: Don't follow leaders, watch the parkin' meters May 9, 2013 WBEZ The above Bob Dylan quote is apt as the City Council follows Rahm further down the parking meter rabbit hole. Plus WWACIED (what would a church in Elgin do), and your musical memories of mom.[View the story "Don't follow leaders, Watch the parkin' meters" on Storify]Don't follow leaders, Watch the parkin' metersThe above Bob Dylan quote is apt as the City Council follows Rahm further down the parking meter rabbit hole. Plus WWACIED (what would a church in Elgin do), and your musical memories of mom.Storified by · Wed, May 08 2013 14:33:59City Hall - Aldermen received a copy of the new parking meter plan shortly before Wednesday’s City Council meeting leaving little time to dissect the details. Alex Keefe explains what they did talk about instead. The Elgin/Joplin connection - A Church in Elgin is building a new home for a woman whose life was upended by the Joplin, MO, tornado that struck in May 2011. Keith Duncan explains how they’ve been constructing the home in the Church basement. Beckett - Chicago-born actor and playwright Rick Cluchey met Samuel Beckett while imprisoned at San Quentin, and he brings their relationship to the stage in a new performance at Stage 773. Music Thursday Mother's Day - What song reminds you of your mom? Something she listened to when you were a kid? Something you listened to together? Celebrate the woman who made it all happen, and call and tweet us with your mother-music-memories. Comments Send Print Share Recommend Tweet Categories chicago parking meters, Joplin, Elgin, Music Thursday, Previous post in Morning Shift with Tony Sarabia Pension reform, Bulls and Blackhawks, and the return of Mr. Mars Next post in Morning Shift with Tony Sarabia Funny dads, marching moms and rockin' bands View the discussion thread. Featured For the love of television Rob Delaney on Nerdette Botanical brewing with Forbidden Root The feast of the wretched Rabbits: For pets or plates?