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This is the perfect antidote for your coronavirus shut-in blues.
Dave Silverbrand is a career broadcast journalist, author and college teacher. He has been collecting and telling stories about his worldwide travels for a half-century. He especially enjoys telling stories of the fascinating people he has met in far away places.
His book "Dave's House" tells the poignant story of his wife's death in front of their house and his attempt to find new love in the Dominican Republic. He interweaves his narrative with his own life story. The result is an engaging tale of love, loss and redemption.
Silverbrand is reporting for KAEF TV in Eureka, California and producing documentaries for the Access Humboldt channel. His video projects have taken him to Israel,the Domnican Republic and Cuba, among other countries.
Dave Silverbrand can be seen in the Warner Brothers movie, "Outbreak," 1995 Netflix has been playing the movie because of its similarity to response to the coronavirus. In the movie, Silverbrand plays a TV reporter trying to cover the virus in a small town where authorities are closely guarding information. Silverbrand got the role because of his experience covering demonstrations and civil disorder.
Silverbrand describes his adventure in his new book, Dave's House, featured on Amazon.
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