The Afternoon Wrap: Monday

Activists jeering ‘Die Yuppie Scum’ outside Bruce Willis’ Bowery wine bar Friday may have actually boosted business, prompting certain patrons to drink more. [Eater]

Paul McCartney’s ex Heather Mills reportedly bought a $5 million pad on Perry Street, putting that hard-earned divorce settlement money to good use. [Blog Meanies via City Room]

Jones Lang LaSalle, a public company headquartered in Chicago, is rumored to be acquiring former Dallas Cowboys quarterback Roger Staubach’s Texas-based tenant rep firm. [TRD]

Here’s a look at the 10 winners of this year’s ‘Places that Matter’ competition. [via Jeremiah’s Vanishing NY]

Senators Clinton and Schumer are sponsoring a bill to rename part of US Route 20 after the late Buffalo native Tim Russert. [Gothamist]

P-Diddy will shell out $30,000 per month for a West Coast bachelor pad. [Realestalker]

Flatbush is gearing up for a major rezoning. [Brownstoner]

Brokerage Barak Realty lists the 778 Park duplex (above) of the late William F. Buckley Jr. [via Curbed]

The Afternoon Wrap: Monday