Yes, Wondertime magazine has ceased publication as well (sorry, Tara-- but you still have Texas Monthly) and that search led to Advertising Age's obituaries of magazines that have shuttered in 2008 and 2009. Funny, I hadn't missed Cosmo Girl yet, which ended in December of 2008.
The amazing thing is the list of shelter/home magazines in that list: Country Home, Cottage Living, O at Home and Home. They didn't even mention Martha Stewart's Blueprint and Mary Engelbrecht's Home Companion.
So if your idea this year was to start a print magazine-- I probably wouldn't. But that doesn't mean there aren't opportunities in the digital world, which has probably influenced the decrease in magazines as much, if not more, than the economy. I mean, it's easier to blame the economy than to admit that you just ignored what was going on around you.