Morning Memo: That Pig, Bruce, and the 'Bunny Butcher'

An animal rights group that calls itself the Paint Panthers painted the words "Bunny Butcher" outside Donna Karan’s home in

An animal rights group that calls itself the Paint Panthers painted the words "Bunny Butcher" outside Donna Karan’s home in the Hamptons. [NY Daily News]

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The Lower East Side still hates yuppies, apparently (a little self-loathing, no?). An activist tells Page Six that everyone is so pissed at Bruce Willis for opening his Bowery Wine Company on East First Street, that they are going to get a pig and name it Bruce. [P6]

Tom Cruise may be costing United Artists a lot of money and some speculate that he might go back to Papa Redstone at Paramount. [P6]

If he wasn’t already credited with enough, Howard Stern might also be responsible for reality television. [P6]

Despite denying rumors of any feuds, the ladies of Sex and the City sat separately from Sarah Jessica Parker at a gala Monday night. [NY Daily News]

Tory Burch, Annelise Peterson, Graydon Carter, Amy Fine Collins and Carly Simon gathered at the Waverly Inn on Monday to celebrate the release of Girls like Us: Carole King, Joni Mitchell, Carly Simon—And the Journey of a Generation by Sheila Weller. [The Cut]

Morning Memo: That Pig, Bruce, and the 'Bunny Butcher'