‘Jenny’ magazine ‘JK’ magazine will be in Ireland next year

JENNY magazine is heading to Ireland next week.

Jenny Magazine, the magazine that launched in Ireland with the slogan ‘Jekyll and Hyde’, will be appearing in Ireland this week, with the launch of the Irish edition scheduled for Sunday afternoon.JENNY Magazine is a brand new publication, and has been a one-man operation since the beginning.

The company was founded in 2013 by the former owner of JK Magazines, John Keogh.

John Keogh started JENY magazine in 2009, and its mission is to tell stories of ordinary people struggling to survive, overcome hardship and achieve their dreams.

He says it’s a brand that captures the spirit of everyday people.

The Irish edition of JENYA Magazine will be released at 8.00am on Monday, February 10, the first of the year.

A number of other titles are also being planned for release in Ireland.

The magazine is set to debut in the UK and Ireland, but more content is likely to be announced in the coming weeks.

Jeni Keogh, the founder of Jenny, said:”I think it’s fantastic that Irish people will be able to see the magazine coming out next week and it will help us reach new readers.”

I’m excited to see Irish readers and I’m looking forward to seeing them at the Irish embassy in Dublin next week.

J.Crew: J. Crew is closing stores, cutting back on production

J.C. Penney is closing seven of its stores across the country and reducing production, according to a memo obtained by BuzzFeed News.

The retailer announced the changes on Thursday and said in a statement that it is “reviewing its workforce and planning for the future.”

J. C. Penneys said it will close the stores in Baltimore, California, Cleveland, Dallas, Florida, New York City, and Washington, D.C., on Jan. 6, 2019.

The stores will be shuttered by May, it said.


Craig’s is closing its J.P. Morgan Chase and JPMorgan Chase branches in the U.S. and Canada and cutting its sales, marketing and customer service staff by 60% to 350 employees, it announced.

JCPenney announced earlier this year that it was shutting down its retail stores in the United States, Canada, and Brazil by July 2020.

The company said it is reducing stores by about 2,000, according the memo.

On Jan. 4, JCP said it would “focus on the future, moving to the digital world and investing in new brands and technology.”

“We are moving our entire business to a cloud-based platform, with new capabilities, such as a cloud store, which we believe will make it easier to deliver high-quality products to our customers and better manage our business and customer care,” the company said.

The news comes as Macy’s, J.L. Bean, and Sears are also planning to shutter stores by the end of 2019.

Walmart is also closing stores.

In the memo, JCC said it was closing stores “to continue its review of our global footprint, to improve our customer experience and to align our business strategy with our competitive and operational needs.”

JCP has been struggling to keep up with the demand for its namesake clothing brands, including Forever 21 and Forever 21+ , while cutting costs, and also has been trying to improve its image and image of its own stores.

JCC and JCP are both owned by Walgreens Boots Alliance.