Today I received my subscriber's copy of the Dec. 2016 issue of Analog, which includes my short story, "Fermi Meets Sagan." I also received a card in the mail letting me know that as of the next issue, Analog is moving to a bimonthly publication schedule, putting out six issues a year. So I have the dubious distinction of having a story appear in the final monthly issue of Analog. Ever.
The card from Analog informed me of all of the wonderful features of bimonthly publication, but in my experience, periodicals only cut back on their publication schedule when they need to save money. So this doesn't bode well. Analog isn't the only one doing this -- the Wall Street Journal, to which I also subscribe, just reduced the size of their print edition last week (at the same time explaining how this will actually improve the quality of the newspaper).
I am working my way through Anthony Esolen's translation of Dante's Inferno, and Esolen has an apt comment in his notes: "People have always sensed that the world is falling apart, because of course it always has been." Indeed.