In the photo above we share fond memories of one half of a new 7-figure pr0n star team that started out in the pages of Playboy but now takes Internets adult scene by storm.
And unfortunately, adult games have their consequences in Kansas City as well . . . Here's the postscript on KC Sunday that was marked by both parties and human suffering. Take a look:
Kansas City Can Do Better Than Balloons As A Response To Rising Murder
Family of slain KC father grows weary of vigils
Another Peek At Shenanigans
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- A sea of green took over several parts of Kansas City Sunday morning. "Everybody should be Irish today," said Karen Houchins, resident. "They have to have green on. If they don't have green, uh oh shame on them," Kathleen Henderson, resident, laughed. Sunday's wardrobe requires anything green.
Speical Guest For Irish Roots
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - It was a sea of green early Sunday morning as it usually is on St. Patrick's Day at Browne's Irish Marketplace. "It's so exciting," said Cyndy Daniel, who was making her first visit to Browne's. "It's like we are all coming together and just one big family."
Cowtown Party History
A timeline of Irish history in Kansas City to celebrate St. Patrick's Day
Rolling With More Tribute
OLATHE, Kan. - The family of Craig Hedwood and the local cycling community were in mourning Sunday in Olathe. Hedwood, 47, a former state cycling champion, died during the Rage Against the Chainring gravel bicycle race last weekend near Wichita.
Local Transit Troubles Too
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) - Two people have minor injuries after an accident involving a bus Sunday night. Police said that an ATA bus was involved in an accident just before 10 PM at 12th and Harrison in Kansas City, Missouri. Officials have confirmed that two people do have minor injuries.
Working Danger For Police Today
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A Kansas City, Missouri, police officer was hospitalized Sunday after the motorcycle he was driving northbound on Ward Parkway near Meyer Boulevard at the roundabout was struck by another vehicle. According to a KCPD release, a 2014 Ford Fusion driven by a 24-year-old Lee's Summit, Missouri, man turned east on Meyer Boulevard and struck the officer, who was ejected from his motorcycle.
And this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .