Happy Monday! Here’s our compendium of pop culture news you may have missed while you were doing more important things over the weekend.
• It was extremely sad to hear about the passing of Warhol Factory Superstar Holly Woodlawn at the age of 69. [NYT]
• The 2016 Grammy nominations were announced! Kendrick Lamar received 11 nominations, followed by Taylor Swift and the Weeknd, who were both nominated for seven awards. [Rolling Stone]
• A stabbing occurred at Art Basel. Witnesses assumed it was performance art, but it was not. [CNN]
• The Hunger Games won the box office, followed by Adam Scott’s Krampus. [BOM]
• Deerhunter’s Bradford Cox told a story on stage about the Smashing Pumpkin’s Billy Corgan being a not-very-nice-person in 2007. Corgan vehemently denies it. We’d like to re-direct you to this interview with Corgan from 1996 and you can draw your own conclusions. [Pitchfork]
• The New York Daily News tells it like it is on their front page. [NYDN]
• North West got a little brother. [E!]