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Tasneem Paghdiwala

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

    Trainer Ami Moore is acquitted on animal cruelty charges.
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  • 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?