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Pharrell cries over 'Happy' with Oprah

king5.com — You've heard the infectious song over and over. Happy is Pharrell Williams' No. 1 hit. And on Sunday night, Oprah Winfrey sat down with the singer on Oprah Prime and he talked about how - "boom" - the song exploded when the video arrived last November.
RT @KING5Seattle: Pharrell cries over "Happy" fan video montage on Oprah's show Sunday night: kng5.tv/1h41caP
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Big job fair Tuesday for teens, young adults in Tacoma

king5.com — TACOMA - Is your teenager looking for a summer job or permanent work? Companies are looking to hire teens and young adults at one of the largest teen job fairs in Washington. Teen JobFest 2014 on Tuesday is expecting a huge turn-out with more than 600 teens and young adults pre-registered and 50 companies looking to hire.

'Lively' app lets you take the concert home

king5.com — Two years ago, Dean Graziano was at a concert at Seattle's Key Arena when he had his entrepreneurial "A-Ha" moment. If you think we're referring to the 1980s Norwegian band of "Take On Me" fame..sorry, wrong A-Ha. We're talking about the "A-Ha" inspiration for a new way to enjoy live music.
ICYMI: Here's our @LivelyLLC story from Tuesday >> 'Lively' app lets you take the concert home king5.com/news/technolog…

Seahawks No. 2 in NFL per-player salary, but 116th in the world

king5.com — The Seattle Seahawks paid the second-most per player of any NFL team during their Super Bowl season, according to the ESPN The Magazine/Sportingintelligence Global Salary Survey. But the survey also shows something many dedicated sports fans already know: If you want to make the most money as a pro athlete in the U.S., stick with baseball or basketball - even hockey.