Yesterday marked the seventieth entry in Frequencies, a co-production of The Immanent Frame and Killing the Buddha. In the ten most recent entries, Richard King looks at the spiritual side of capitalism, Anna Bigelow offers a study in contradiction, Josef Sorett visits the Harlem Renaissance, Kevin Lewis O’Neill gets some rest, Caleb Elfenbein explores Mohammad’s hair, Joel Kovel plans a revolution, Melissa Wilcox indulges with the Sisters, Patton Dodd listens to U2, Martin E. Marty uses an atomizer, and Chip Callahan goes for a drive.