Well, it’s Thursday, and that means the new On magazine has hit the streets, no doubt causing a stir and angrying up the populace.

You really oughta pick one up. Here’s what we’ve got for you this week:

A cover story examining the roles of audience and creator and how they’ve evolved via the Internet.

The best of tech for 2012, featuring all those gadgets you simply must have.

An On the Menu recommendation of El Mirador, including doctoral-thesis-level deconstruction of what makes a good chorizo nacho.

A review of the hipster diet book “Chubster” by Inklings Bookshop staffer Emily Ring.

Pop music writer and unlicensed philosopher (he’s two credits shy) Simon Sizer on Bruce Springsteen’s sparse classic “Nebraska.”

An Indoorsman column in which I admit to not really being the same “inept, bloated 30-something man-boy, sleeping in piles of dirty laundry, beer cans and 7-11 nachos” that I was when I started writing as The Indoorsman.

A Dear Crabby column advising a letter-writer on how best to deal with winter dog-poop-scooping duties.

And, as always, 10 Days Out recommendations and a full list of everything you need to know about what’s going on in Yakima and beyond.

Pick up a copy today in your Yakima Herald-Republic and check out http://www.yakimaherald.com/entertainment.