Tina Lives! Gallery

Oct 19, 2018 Tina has no memory of traveling from Massachusetts to Arkansas. She only remembers her first impressions of the basement apartment, which will become her new home in Fayetteville, Arkansas with Gorton Darling Hitte. Your browser does not support the audio element. Original post can be found here more
Oct 12, 2018 Tina receives an unexpected phone call that changes the course of a lifetime. This is the end of Act 1. Act 2 will begin on October 19. Your browser does not support the audio element. Original post can be found here more
Oct 8, 2018 The family moves to a spooky house on a hill. Tina plays “school” in school, and then regrets ever having, what she considered, “the best idea ever.” Your browser does not support the audio element. Original post can be found here more
Oct 5, 2018 Tina loves foster care! But alas, that residence also comes to an end. In New Bedford, Mass, Tina finds beauty in a neighbor and sometimes even in her mother. Your browser does not support the audio element. Original post can be found here more
Oct 1, 2018 For no apparent reason, the state of Massachusetts was pulled out of a hat and the family hits the road for the East Coast. Along the way, Tina notices her mother’s beauty had faded and her demeanor had become menacing. Tina is blindsided by a pit stop on their journey. Your browser does not support the audio element. Original post can be found here more
Sep 28, 2018 The family heads to Northwest Arkansas to investigate living on a commune, but instead takes up residence in a house in Fayetteville. Tina is sent to the attic for weeks as punishment for an unknown crime. Your browser does not support the audio element. Original post can be found here more
Sep 24, 2018 The family finally makes it to a commune in Oregon, but bus-living in the winter is no fun, so they move to a house in the nearest town. Diana finds a new boyfriend; Paul leaves, but returns when Tina gets a hernia. Diana says goodbye to her boyfriend and the family heads to Sacramento, CA. Your browser does not support the audio element. Original post can be found here more
Sep 21, 2018 After a bit of a respite in Cleveland, the family once again takes off for the West Coast. En route, they find themselves in the middle of a violent riot that took place in Grant Park, Chicago, Ill on July 27, 1970. Your browser does not support the audio element. Original post can be found here more
Sep 11, 2018 Episode Notes The family’s travel adventure is often marred by Diana’s erratic and violent episodes, but the majesty of America has the power to soothe the otherwise rough road to becoming “hippies.” Your browser does not support the audio element. Original post can be found here more
Sep 11, 2018 Episode Notes Diana marries a social worker named Paul. They save their pennies and buy an old Vietnamese Army bus converted into a camper and the family sets off to California to join the counter-culture movement. Your browser does not support the audio element. Original post can be found here more
Sep 11, 2018 Episode Notes Tina’s parent’s Jim and Diana were “hip” not “square,” but also violent. The house that Tina burnt down was a refuge home after Jim broke Diana’s nose for the last time. Your browser does not support the audio element. Original post can be found here more
Sep 7, 2018 Episode Notes Tina, a six year old working class kid from Cleveland, burns down the house where she and her family live. Your browser does not support the audio element. Original post can be found here more

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