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Casey Brazeal is a Chicago Writer whose work has appeared in Extra and New City Newspapers.
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Casey Brazeal is a Chicago-based writer. His background includes time as a reporter with a weekly column for Extra Newspaper in Chicago. He’s also published news stories and interviews for New City Newspaper, Vócalo Radio and Site Sketch 101. In his previous life as a Content Strategist, Casey wrote social media content, website copy, and advertising communications for a number of clients including Rotary International, Coca-Cola and The Chicago Wolves. He’s an experienced marketer who previously worked at Quorn Foods as their Brand Manager where he led their innovation team, managing sales professionals, food scientists and marketing for all new products in the U.S. working in partnership with Whole Foods, Wal-mart and Kroger. Casey has a proven track record of uncovering customer insights. Casey has a Bachelor of Arts Philosophy with a Minor in History.

Recent Posts

9 hours ago
Holmdel, New Jersey, was home to a huge, beautiful, and empty headquarters of the now defunct Bell Labs. Now the campus is home to tech startups, a library, and a host of other businesses.
CityLab
14 hours ago
Chicago's buses are getting slower. Putting dedicated bus lanes on the drive could speed buses up, and a growing coalition supports the idea of dedicated bus lanes on one of Chicago's busiest thoroughfares.
Crain's Chicago Business
15 hours ago
The Federal Transit Administration cannot award funds to states that don’t have federally approved safety-monitoring programs in place. On Monday, the agency warned a number of states that they needed prove they've undertaken these programs.
Sacramento Bee
Yesterday
Vehicle fatalities are trending upward around the United States, but Colombia's capital of Bogotá may have some best practices to share.
World Resources Institute
Yesterday
Mark Vallianatos argues Los Angeles is still contending with the legacy 1920 era land use restrictions built on racist, exclusionary zoning policies, the remnants of which aren't worth saving.
Los Angeles Times
Yesterday
Kate Wagner argues that moral arguments about what kind of architecture is fitting, can stand in the way of good planning.
Common Edge
2 days ago
The CTA just raised fares, but some think if the service were truly committed to equity it should be made free.
Chicago Reader
2 days ago
CapMetro's plan calls for high-capacity transit but does not specify whether that will mean a train or bus rapid transit.
The Daily Texan
3 days ago
Startup, Cooperative Capital, allows investors to buy into community investment projects and vote on which projects to fund.
Fast Company
April 4, 2018, 10am PDT
BART and VTA officials must come to an agreement about whether to use a single- or double-bore tunnel for transit extension in San Jose, and time is running out.
The Mercury News