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    Diane Brennan, vice president of communications and marketing at Sonoma Raceway for 19 years, is stepping down Friday to become Director of Communications for the Food Bank of Contra Costa & Solano County.


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    Pat Riley puts it this way: Kareem Abdul-Jabbar never had any potential. Riley says, “he only had greatness." Abdul-Jabbar’s reign of nearly four decades as the NBA’s most prolific scorer is coming to an end. LeBron James is closing in on taking the top spot that Abdul-Jabbar claimed in 1984. Riley coached Abdul-Jabbar with the Lakers and brought James to Miami as a free agent in 2010.

    Tom Brady is retiring — and this time it sounds like it’s for good. The seven-time Super Bowl winning quarterback posted an emotional video on his social media accounts Wednesday morning to share the news. It comes a year after Brady briefly retired from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, only to return to football less than two months later. This time, a somber Brady, with his voice cracking at times, ...

    Tom Brady has announced his retirement. Brady won a record seven Super Bowls for New England and Tampa. He is the most successful quarterback in NFL history and one of the greatest athletes in team sports. He posted the announcement on social media in a brief video lasting just under one minute. He says this time it's for good.

    TAMPA, Fla. — Tom Brady said he was getting straight to the point this time. Choking back tears, an emotional Brady announced his retirement with a short video post on social media Wednesday morning. “I’m retiring ... for good,” Brady said. One year ago to the day, Brady first announced his retirement from football with a lengthy written post in Instagram. But 40 days later, he reconsidered ...

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