Lucky’s has been a Main Street staple since 1998 — and it was beginning to show, says owner/piercer Zach Torrin, who purchased the business two years ago. So, it was time for a big renovation. Lucky’s now features new counters and floors, renovated jewelry displays and local artists work on view. “It’s clean and classy; that’s what I wanted, a more updated classy look. Before it was kind of the traditional tattoo parlor look.” Torrin says piercings are a big part of Lucky’s business these days with people interested in wearing unique jewelry instead of a standard silver hoop or stud. So, the expanded jewelry options the renovation allowed were key.