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
Writer Litty Mathew's debut novel tells the story of Rupen Najarian, an aging musician who was his family’s sole survivor of the Armenian genocide in 1915.
The actress famous for her role as Sue Sylvester in TV's "Glee", Christopher Guests' films "Best in Show" and "A Mighty Wind" plays the Annenberg Center May 1
Even in a sea of blue t-shirts, Clayton Kershaw jerseys and Dodgers baseball hats, some superfans stand out from the rest.
The thousands of decorative plants found outside the stadium’s gates are part of its visual appeal. But who takes care of them? And how do you water them during a drought?
"Survive! Mola mola!” is a video game that lets kids be a fish fighting for survival. We talked with KPCC's environment correspondent and a marine biologist to find out how accurate it is.
Damian Kevitt was riding his bike through Griffith Park when, two years ago, he lost his leg in a hit-and-run crash. Now, he's running a marathon.
The band is a collaboration between Seattle record producer Jake One and Los Angeles soul singer Mayer Hawthorne. The video is great, too.
When the Mount Rushmore of California Punk is built, there will be debates over who to include, but at least one name is for sure: Mike Watt.
The Harlem Globetrotters are back in town. The internationally famous team, founded in 1926, has games scheduled all over Los Angeles this month.
"Base Camp." "Bully." "Anonymous." "Heima." Nonsense written on yellow and black signs all over Los Angeles, each with a giant arrow. What do they mean?
This month, 27 new judges have been sworn into state courts all across California. Where do their robes come from? A small company in Chatsworth.
Writer and director Damian Chazelle says he based the screenplay on his own life, but the Academy nominated the film for Best Adapted Screenplay. Which is it?
A perfect storm of coincidences made the 1992 movie — the only Batman film to take place during Christmas — appear to some as an anti-semitic allegory.
In a small office park in Northridge, just off Nordhoff street, you'll find exhibits on the San Fernando Valley's rich history: movie stars, moguls and more.
As California governor Jerry Brown gears up for his fourth term, artist Don Bachardy talks about the portrait he made for the governor 30 years ago.