Dorian Geiger

Dorian Geiger

Multimedia Journalist

Dorian is a journalist & producer at Al Jazeera English. The New York Times, Politico, TIME, VICE, Fortune, Narratively & Teen Vogue have featured his work. Get in touch: dorian.geiger@gmail.com

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Brooklyn 6 article
thestar.com

Brooklyn 101: Borough Tour Starts at Dive Bar, Ends at Hockey Game

Plaid-shirted twentysomethings quaff cheap beer and bourbon under the kitschy glow of pink patio lanterns in a non-descript dive bar. The M train rattles in the distance. Plastic flamingos adorn the dive’s entrance and roller skates dangle from the ceiling.

C80a2524 article
thestar.com

Winnipeg entrepreneur puts 3-D nail art at your fingertips

NEW YORK — Not so long ago, Avery-Anne Gervais was flipping mobile home security cellphone applications as a door-to-door salesperson in Winnipeg. It was a far cry from the entrepreneur’s lifelong dream of being a contestant on Dragons’ Den.

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thestar.com

Rieslings: Perfect touch in The Finger Lakes

In the upstate New York region of the Finger Lakes, the locals will tell you that Rieslings are like dandelions here — they’re everywhere.

Empire.jpg.size.xxlarge.letterbox article
thestar.com

Two cultures plus two dragons equals one unique beer

SYRACUSE, N.Y.—New York State-brewmaster David Katleski drank a lot of tea on a recent trip to China.

C80a1201 article
thestar.com

Cold War tourism a hot commodity in Albania

Deep beneath the sleepy Albanian town of Gjirokastra, an abandoned military bunker — a damp, earthy and cavernous network of ghostly tunnels — greets tourists.
It is a haunting link to a communist past frozen in time.

C80a2069 article
thestar.com

New York's One World Observatory Wows

NEW YORK–High above Manhattan, on a spring evening in 1999, David Checketts, stared down at New York City from the North Tower of the World Trade Center. Checketts, then-president of Madison Square Garden, the company that owns the New York Rangers and New York Knicks, was celebrating with Wayne Gretzky.