Comments Send Print Share Recommend Tweet 'Morning Shift' #13: Follow the money September 26, 2012 By: Kate Dries Download Story [View the story "'Morning Shift' #12: Follow the money" on Storify]'Morning Shift' #12: Follow the moneyWednesday's Morning Shift begins with WBEZ's Tony Arnold talking about Rep. Derrick Smith, then, Jim DeRogatis discusses the Congress and Portage theaters. Next, we look at the life and death of the community bank, and explore the new film Lou Harrison: A World of Music.Storified by · Wed, Sep 26 2012 06:53:21Old Bank DistrictbigmikelakersFirst,WBEZ Statehouse reporter Tony Arnold gives an update on the re-election bid of State Rep. Derrick Smith, who was expelled from the House because of bribery allegations. Attorneys for Derrick Smith want bribery recordings thrown outAttorneys for former Illinois Representative will be in court on Wednesday attacking the credibility of prosecutors and their main witness.RT @LanceTyson9: State Senator Works To Keep Derrick Smith From Being Reelected http://ow.ly/dUxje #Chicago, #votelancetysonJune OwensThen, WBEZ’s Jim DeRogatis reports on new ownership at the Portage Theater, which is facing opposition. The new owner, Erineo “Eddie” Carranza, also runs the Congress Theater in Chicago’s Logan Square neighborhood and has been accused of shoddy maintenance of the theater, among other allegations. How did things turn so bad so fast at the Portage Theater?It took more than three years for controversial venue owner Erineo “Eddie” Carranza to frustrate Ald. Moreno and anger Logan ...For those concerned as to if there will be a Chicago Horror Film Festival, @chicagoreader has a good article saying YES http://www.chicagoreader.com/Bleader/archives/2012/09/24/trying-times-for-the-portage-theaterJason R. DavisPortage Theater's future is uncertain but the Wednesday classic film series continues! 1929's The Great Gabbo this week http://northwestchicagofilmsociety.orgNina MetzNext, Last week’s sale of Hyde Park Bank & Trust. Co’s parent company is the latest example of community banks losing ground in a market dominated by multinationals with ATMs on every street corner and online banking. Crain’s senior reporter Steve Daniels looks at whether community banks matter, and Thomas Boyle, the Vice Chairman of State Bank of Countryside, says what his South Suburban institution is doing to remain competitive. To join the conversation, call 312.923.9239 or tweet using #MorningShift.Map: Where are all the community banks in Chicago -- and are they going away?Last week’s sale of Hyde Park Bank & Trust. Co’s parent company is the latest example of community banks losing ground in...@hydeparktrish no worries, we purchased Hyde Park b/c they're a great community bank & fit well with our own community bank model.Wintrust FinancialDrat I liked having my money in a community bank #HydePark Bank being sold http://trib.in/PqAmPnPatricia MorseThen, Lou Harrison: A World of Music is an intimate look at a complex man. Harrison was a composer, a gay icon, an environmentalist and more. The documentary’s director Eva Soltes joins The Morning Shift to discuss the movie and Harrison's legacy.Lou Harrison - The YouTube Symphony OrchestrasymphonyLou Harrison: Piano Concerto (1983/1985)thewelleszcompany Comments Send Print Share Recommend Tweet Previous post in Morning Shift with Tony Sarabia The Bloomingdale Trail reveals Chicago's idea of grand city planning Next post in Morning Shift with Tony Sarabia The magic of music festival moments View the discussion thread. Top Headlines On WBEZ.org The Best Albums of 2013: The Top 10 Looking back at 1970s Uptown Strange Brews Podcast The Best Albums of 2013: 20 to 11 The politics behind the Illinois pension vote Chewing the Fat with Monica Eng and Louisa Chu Exoneree Diaries: Antione’s pay day How do kids like the new CPS lunches? Woman scarred by orphanage Remembering the 'Forgotten Hoosiers' What’s street cleaning really good for? What can Englewood learn from the new Detroit Whole Foods?