OCT. 31 >> CAROLINA PANTHERS AT SEATTLE SEAHAWKS >> 1:05 P.M. PST
 MICROSOFT HEADQUARTERS Seahawks owner Paul Allen cofounded company with Bill Gates in 1976, then left in '83. Now the world's fifth-richest man (by selling Microsoft shares), Allen bought Hawks in '97 for $200 million.  BELLEVUE, WASH. Running back Kerry Carter's condo, where Bobby Trendy (The Anna Nicole Show) went "masculine but classy" in ABC Family home-makeover show, Bachelor Pad.  EVERGREEN HOSPITAL Running back Shaun Alexander cut umbilical cord of daughter, Heaven, at 12:37 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 21, 2003, then raced to Qwest Field--with police escort--to play Rams. Arriving in second quarter, he gained 58 yards in 24-23 win.  MOUNT RAINIER Wideout Steve Largent and the man who helped him to the Hall of Fame, QB Jim Zorn, scaled the 14,410-foot volcano in '80.  SUB POP HEADQUARTERS Nirvana, Soundgarden ... the birthplace of grunge. After being drafted in '93, QB Rick Mirer, a fan of another Seattle band, Pearl Jam, marveled, "Great rock scene. I guess the first thing I'd like to do is meet Eddie Vedder."  PIKE PLACE MARKET Where fishmongers famously throw their wares and where Starbucks began in '71.  KINGDOME Seahawks home from '76 through '99 drew largest crowd (74,000) for Billy Graham Crusade event in '76.  HUSKY STADIUM Birthplace of the Wave (in '81) and home of U of Washington football since 1920.  EXPERIENCE MUSIC PROJECT Paul Allen's ultimate music museum. Recent exhibit: Disco--A Decade of Saturday Nights. Travolta's duds and all.  93.3 FM Defensive backs Ken Hamlin and Marcus Trufant took requests on the KUBE's hip-hop-centric Traffic Jam Takeover.  SPACE NEEDLE Focal point of Sonics logo was tallest building west of the Mississippi (605 ft.) when erected for '62 World's Fair.  BILL GATES's gazillion-dollar housing compound has secret pivoting bookcases, 24 bathrooms and a system that determines visitors' whereabouts using electronic sensors.  SEATTLE CENTER The King came to the King City to film 1963's It Happened at the World's Fair, but forgettable songs (Take Me to the Fair) and a dud plot--even for an Elvis flick--make the movie a stinker. -- Adam Duerson
? SEATING CAPACITY: 67,000
? FIRST EVENT: July 28, 2002, Seattle Sounders beat Vancouver Whitecaps 4-1 in soccer. A-League attendance record of 25,515.
? NAMING RIGHTS COST: $5 million annually, sixth-highest in NFL.
? PLAYING SURFACE (FIELDTURF) COMPOSITION: 35,000-plus recycled tennis shoes; 30,000 recycled tires.
? RETIRED NUMBERS: 80 ( Steve Largent, on loan to Jerry Rice), 12 (fans, "the 12th man").