Welcome to the 14th volume of WizeWorld, our weekly collection of handpicked stories and sounds to help bolster your sense of wizdom and curiosity. This week we've got correlations between Canadians, coffee and climate change, as well as a look inside cults, a South Bronx restaurant giving back to the community and ninety minutes of pure funk.
From the CBC comes a look at the instability of coffee cultivation, and how specialty coffee businesses in Canada are paying premiums in an order to keep growers afloat.
Free from Netflix comes a clear look at the telltale signs of cults, and how they are able to manipulate followers and curiosity through their tendrils of religion and promise.
Live from New York City, Natasha Diggs delivers an hour and a half of unadulterated funk. You can feel the vibe pulsating through vinyl and it lives in your feet and chest throughout the whole mix.
La Morda, a family-run, Oaxacan restaurant in the South Bronx has turned itself into a soup kitchen to help those most deeply affected by the pandemic
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