NEW YORK (AP) -- A record-breaking museum exhibition dedicated to musician David Bowie is making its final stop at New York's Brooklyn Museum next year.
The exhibition, "David Bowie Is," opened at London's Victoria and Albert Museum in 2013. The New York Times reported that it became the most visited show in the museum's history. The show has traveled all around the world, and officials say its final stop will be at the Brooklyn Museum. The exhibition includes more than 300 objects collected throughout Bowie's life.
Some of the artifacts will be new and exclusive to the Brooklyn Museum, including handwritten set lists and musical scores. Bowie's music will play throughout the exhibit.
The show will run from March 2 to July 15, 2018.
Katie Nolan leaving Fox Sports for ESPN
BRISTOL, Conn. (AP) -- Former Fox Sports 1 host Katie Nolan is moving to ESPN. ESPN says the 30-year-old known for her comic takes on sports will join the network on Oct. 16. No specific role has been announced for Nolan. ESPN says she'll have "a prominent digital presence while also making appearances across ESPN studio programming." Nolan joked about the vague definition of her position in a statement, saying, "When I was a little girl, I always dreamed that one day announcements regarding my specific assignments would be forthcoming.
Pauley Perrette leaving 'NCIS' for ... who knows?
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Longtime "NCIS" star Pauley Perrette says she's leaving the CBS crime drama after this season following 15 years on the show. This is Perrette's 15th season playing the pigtailed forensic scientist Abby Sciuto on the show.
Perrette confirmed reports of her departure on Twitter on Wednesday, writing that "there have been all kinds of false rumors as to why" she's leaving.
She says neither CBS nor the show's producers are "mad" at her, and that the decision to leave was one she made last year. The 48-year-old Perrette adds she loves her character "as much as you do."
CBS didn't immediately respond to a request for comment on Perrette's departure.