Kevin Ferguson Producer/ Reporter, Off-Ramp
Kevin Ferguson produces and reports for KPCC's Off-Ramp.
Born in Long Beach, California, Kevin graduated with a Bachelor's of Arts in Spanish. Before joining KPCC, Kevin worked for Marketplace and the District Weekly, a Long Beach magazine. He's also covered music, art and news for OC Weekly, LA Record, Arthur Magazine, and Riviera.
Stories by Kevin Ferguson
In its second season, True Detective's opening title sequence illuminated a Los Angeles not frequently seen in movies or on TV.
This week's song is “I Wanna Lose Control” by Gary Wilson.
We know a lot about Los Angeles here, but sometimes even we get stumped. After the opening credits, the very first scene is an open field — where was it shot?
We sat down with "Off-Ramp" producer Kevin Ferguson to talk about his new show "Welcome to Vinci." He'll be uncovering the show's connection with SoCal's Vernon and delving deep.
We're going to do our best to fill you in on the California of True Detective — where do this season's plot lines come from? Are things really that grim and corrupt in LA politics?
In the new season of HBO's noir TV series, Colin Farrell's Det. Ray Velcoro works for the fictional city of Vinci, a city with a lot of secrets. We take a look at its real-life inspiration.
We talk with one newlywed couple from China about how society and government have changed in recent years, and whether the country is more welcoming to LGBT people.
The owners of the quirky downtown bar say they'll continue paying rent "until the state marshall shows up."
The Aquarium of the Pacific has a brand new exhibit on sea jellies, or jellyfish. We take a behind-the-scenes look at how they're cultured and grown.
There’s a tiny storefront in Echo Park that glows red and orange at night. Inside, there are dozens and dozens of some of Los Angeles' strangest cactuses.
"Don't Think I've Forgotten" tell the story of the rise and fall of Cambodia's vibrant, progressive music scene from the survivors of the Khmer Rouge's reign.
On a November night in 1971, the late Chris Burden took a bullet to the arm for art. Barbara T. Smith is a performance artist who witnessed it firsthand.
If you’ve driven to Pasadena in the last year, you’ve probably seen them near the 110 Freeway: tents, tarps and camps along the banks of the Arroyo Seco.
Van Dyke Parks talks with Off-Ramp about Song Cycle, Songs Cycled, Brian Wilson, and pretty much everything else.
Tom Carroll, host of YouTube's "Tom Explores Los Angeles," will lead a 16-mile walk Wednesday down one of Los Angeles' most iconic streets.