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Steynberg Gallery, located at 1531 Monterey St., has expanded its menu from coffee, tea, and pastries to include breakfast burritos for $4. Peter Steynberg said that he will also be serving paninis for lunch to satisfy both carnivores and vegetarians. If you missed the first installment of Pecha Kucha--which plays with the exchange of ideas, art, and information using 20-second images and narration--the Steynberg Gallery will host its second exhibit on Feb. 2 at 8:20 p.m. Don't be late. And the time for Tea and Talks Tuesday at Two, a weekly community forum with guest speakers, changes to noon as of Feb 5. Steynberg said that he'll also be serving lunch from a rotating menu for Tea and Talks Tuesday at Twelve. For more info, call 547-0278 or visit www.steynbberggallery.com.

Aspiring fashionistas and modelissimos are needed for the upcoming bike fashion show, which will be part of the second annual bike art show in May. Designs should be creative, original, and related to biking. The deadline to submit is April 25. For more info, e-mail Sophie at sofijab@yahoo.com. The Tall Bike Posse is also accepting art for the May 2 show. For more info on that, e-mail nofuture@att.net.

Staff Writer Kylie Mendonca compiled this week's Strokes and Plugs. Send your business news to strokes@newtimesslo.com.

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