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Tasneem Paghdiwala 

Bio:
Tasneem Raja is Mother Jones's Digital Interactive Editor. She specializes in web app production, interactive graphics, and user interface design. Before crossing over to "the dark side," she was a features reporter and copy editor at the Chicago Reader from 2005 to 2008 (where she published as Tasneem Paghdiwala) and wrote about eight-year-old cinephiles, vanishing sects, and a shocking dog trainer.
  • The Dog Whisperer Walks
  • The Dog Whisperer Walks

    Trainer Ami Moore is acquitted on animal cruelty charges.
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  • The Aging of the Moors
  • The Aging of the Moors

    Eighty years ago a prophet came to the south side and drew thousands of followers. Today the remaining few face an uncertain future.
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  • Wicker Park's Dirty Doorstep

    Round two of the battle over the glorified bus stop known as the Polish Triangle
  • Crocheters Gone Wild

    Craftivists join forces for an homage to the Great Barrier Reef.
  • The Bootleggers

    One night in the life of two street hustlers
  • Where Would Jesus Park?

    Church parking--some of it blatantly illegal--complicates a plan to free up Chicago's boulevards for cyclists.
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  • Business: Ribbed Collar Crime

    Bootleg Threadless designs spotted at a Sears in Mexico
  • The Best Barista in the World?

    Making coffee is now an international competitive sport, and Intelligentsia's Matt Riddle is America's reigning champ.
  • Who Should You Trust to Train Your Dog?

    The arrest of "dog whisperer" Ami Moore for cruelty to animals raises questions about an unregulated industry.
  • The Politics of Braids

    Black women have been braiding hair for generations, and until recently they didn't need a license to do it for a living. Now the state requires braiders to spend thousands of dollars on beauty school, where they must learn to cut, dye, and perm--services
  • Born Bad?

    Everybody knows pit bulls can be dangerous. The question is can they be safe?