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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

2 days ago
Reeta Herzallah and Hamdi Almasri used a fake garage door to live in an area that required a garage space.
The Guardian
5 days ago
Self-driving cars process a tremendous amount of data to pilot themselves through crowded streets. That computing power needs electricity, and lots of it.
Wired
5 days ago
In Seattle, where bikes can be rented for as little as $2, rental fees don't cover most of the costs associated with bik share.
KUOW
6 days ago
CTA upgrades will speed up trains and increase capacity for four train lines in the city.
Streetsblog Chicago
February 13, 2018, 12pm PST
Projections show the under 20 population shrinking in Cleveland while the over 65 population grows.
Cleveland Plain Dealer
February 11, 2018, 5am PST
Yelp released revealing new data about city restaurants, showing which cities have a culture of independent eateries and which are dominated by chains.
Slate
February 10, 2018, 7am PST
A new book tells the story of Chicago's Cabrini-Green and reflects on what the lives of the people in this public housing project have to say about the lives of all Americans.
South Side Weekly
February 9, 2018, 1pm PST
Five years ago, Minneapolis rolled back parking requirements near transit. Since then, construction is up, rents are down, and the look of projects in these places has changed.
Nick Magrino
February 7, 2018, 1pm PST
Small cities are an asset to the country, so politicians and thinkers on the left and right would do well to stop calling for their inhabitants to flee, Henry Garbar argues in Slate.
Slate
February 7, 2018, 10am PST
Small cities around the country with high unemployment are desperate for jobs, but when an Amazon distribution center moves into town, it's not all good news.
The Atlantic