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A night and day at Lucky Joe’s Sidewalk Saloon amid COVID-19

Among many businesses that have been forced to accommodate for the COVID-19 pandemic, Lucky Joe’s Sidewalk Saloon had to reimagine its approach to day and night bar life. According to their Instagram, Lucky Joe’s is a self-proclaimed old western Irish pub located in Old Town Square.

According to Lucky Joe’s employees, while the bar still has a steady flow of customers, the numbers do not come close to resembling what they were before the pandemic.

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One of the various aspects of bar life specific to Lucky Joe’s that has been altered is that its signature peanut barrels can no longer be found throughout the restaurant for customers to take handfuls of as they please. 

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Lucy Morantz can be reached at photo@collegian.com or on Instagram @l.m.visuals.
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Lucy Morantz
Lucy Morantz, Co-Photo Director
Lucy Morantz is a fourth-year journalism and political science student minoring in legal studies. She is one of the two photo directors for the fall 2022 semester. Growing up with parents who met working as journalists, media has been an ever-present component of Morantz’s life, and this is ultimately what inspired her to pursue a degree and career in journalism. She had always been pulled toward career paths that provided a creative outlet; photojournalism and The Collegian have allowed her to do precisely that while simultaneously fostering her passions and gaining meaningful career experience.  Throughout her college years, Morantz has worked with The Collegian every year. Growing up with the publication this way has given her a unique perspective on all the ways student media has helped students achieve their post-graduation goals, making her excited to see what her own career path with lead to. Additionally, the opportunity to collaborate with so many other student journalists to create a final product will be her most valued takeaway from her time at Colorado State University. Beyond her role at The Collegian, Morantz is also a College of Liberal Arts student ambassador and has interned with various political organizations. Outside the newsroom and classroom, Morantz can most likely be found paddle boarding at Horsetooth Reservoir, strolling through Old Town with friends or curating a new hyper-specific playlist to match her many moods.

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