. >> reporter: sports agent lee steinberg threw his first super bowl party in 1985. he remembers the game well. >> it was held in the stadium. it had no luxury boxes. it had no premium seating. it was a college stadium. today, it's a reward given to the most elaborate stadium. >> reporter: and today's super bowl now comes complete with its own super bowl city. >> for a game, yes. but what a game, right? >> reporter: bay area super bowl, separated by three decades and billions of dollar signs. >> and coming up next our live "countdown to gold" special with ken bastida and jennifer montana. we talk to oakland's own r&b star goapal about opening for alicia keys at super bowl city. >> should be a great show but after that we have "undercover boss" at 8:00 and then super bowl's greatest halftime shows. it's all right here on kpix 5. enjoy "countdown to gold" coming up next. captions by: caption colorado firstname.lastname@example.org . whatever. all our handcrafted february is huge for us. classic footlongs are just $6 each. the media is going a little crazy. "sub-mageddon"
. >> i was asked to pain for rolling stone magazine party and leather and laces and lee steinberg and other parties. >> you have seen brent's work, what do you love about it. >> i thought you were going to see art critic as well. >> i should have thrown that in there. yes, i got to see some of brent's stuff earlier and you know i thought your subject matter is interesting because you call it entertainment. you do sports. you do musical figures and all kinds of entertainment. with an interesting style, i think. >> i have two different styles. one that i learned through norman rockwell's assistant that looks like a norman rockwell kind of painting and i have a more contemporary thing and it depends on the subject matter, which style i choose. >> we are looking at some of your works and i notice there is one specifically that you are working on called 4th and inches and we will see it in progress. >> yes. >> and it is a painting from a moment in a 49er dallas cowboy regular season game in 1985 and it is that. you look inch to an inch and you can see who the people are. >> hovering over t
lee steinberg, thank you so much. >> thank you. >>> up next, another look at twitter, having one of its best days in a long time. we're back in just a moment. any more "squawk alley" is now on snapchat. we'll show extras and instant content you can't get anywhere else. plus, some behind the scenes snaps. you can take a photo of the qr code on air right now, and our twitter account, also at "squawk alley." you can also get it on our facebook page, and maybe if we're lucky, more tips from john fortt. >> yeah, maybe. if it's a good day, you want those tips. on a bad day, not so much. >>> meanwhile, the markets are gaining ground, despite a big drop in oil overnight. with that, we'll send it over to scott wapner and the half. ♪ >>> all right, guys, thanks so much. welcome to "the halftime show." steve weise is here along with john and pete najarian. and with us onset, tom barrett, founder and executive chairman of colony capital and the chairman of mere amaximum films. tapped out is the high end consumer packing it in. one wall street analyst thinks so and is downgrading several stocks to
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