The Auntie Anne's has been gone for at least a few months now. I can't exactly say when they split though. As far as Kay Jewelers goes, I'm surprised but not surprised. We all know about GNC and Bath & Body Works...these are chains that are tend to stick around in even the deadest of malls. Then there's a group of stores that is more hit and miss. Kay Jewelers, Victoria's Secret, and Subway frequently appear in dead malls though they're not as ubiquitous as GNC and B&BW. Chick Fil A is also an enigma. They lingered in Schuylkill Mall until 2010 or so and they stayed at Granite Run until a couple months before its final closure. I was surprised when the Voorhees CFA left earlier this year as the mall wasn't yet that dead. Even with today's bloodbath in the retail sector, I'm starting to wonder if the landlord is trying to retain tenants or if they're not renewing leases so they can expedite the building's transition to non retail use.