WizeWorld Volume 2
Welcome to the second volume of WizeWorld, our weekly collection of handpicked sights, sounds, and stories to help bolster your sense of wizdom and curiosity.
Vox's Karen Turner and Isabella Simonetti chronicle the feelings, thoughts and apprehensions of students between the ages of 7-19 who are returning to the classroom in the midst of a global pandemic.
Voices throughout the NBA proclaimed apprehension at returning to the game of basketball during the middle of a racial crisis in America. In the wake of a police-shooting in Kenosha, Wisconsin that nearly claimed the life of Jacob Blake, players and analysts alike refuse to mince words when it comes to the emergency of law enforcement and Blackness across the nation.
With a runtime of just under and hour, this mix from Nicolas Jaar maintains an Indie style, running through techno, rock, trance and noire without skipping a beat. Having been released ten years ago, the mix remains timeless.
After nearly a century of absence at Mt. Ranier in Washington State, wolverines have been spotted in habituating in the wilderness. Close to 100 years had passed since the last known sighting of wolverines in the area, but it appears the critters are repopulating the area little by little, reclaiming their home.
We hope you enjoy these hand-picked weekly gems. From the Wize team to you, have a great weekend.