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
The affiliate station upped its game with the purchase of a brand new, state of the art truck with a mobile Doppler radar attached to the back. But it never rains here!
The Rams move to L.A. has put their former stadium in St. Louis — the Dome at America's Center — in a precarious place.
Almost 40 years ago, Kraftwerk produced a sound that influenced countless bands, solo artists and hip hop DJs. We talk to two pioneering L.A. DJs about their love of the group.
Yes, the traffic's bad, the weather's great. But when you move to a larger market like Los Angeles, you become a very small fish in a very large pond.
Just call 1-855-LA-BEERS, and if you're lucky, a real live human being will be waiting to help bring you one beer closer to having the perfect night out.
Founded in 2010, the East Side Moto Babes is "a club of female motorcycle riders who ride and race in Los Angeles," according to the group's Facebook page.
It's an unlikely canvas, but you can see the SUV with Haring's signature cookie-cutter people, crawling babies and animals now at the Petersen Automotive Museum.
A new documentary takes you into the Academy Awards of wildlife art — the Federal Duck Stamp contest, which attracts obsessive artists from all over the nation.
Opened in 1981 at Exposition Park, the California African American Museum is one of the smallest museums in a place that's becoming a renewed epicenter for Los Angeles culture.
Spoiler alert: We found a couple of rare Pokémon — and a lot of beautiful public art with no artist or title information provided.
Fresh from Oakland after the Golden State Warriors loss, Walton talks, briefly. Spoiler: None of the questions are about basketball. Also, one is about burritos.
Sound artist Alan Nakagawa joined the LA Department of Transportation to create work that aims to help stop pedestrian deaths and cyclist deaths in intersections
Run by Los Angeles' Bureau of Street Lighting, it opens to the public for just 30 minutes, once a month.
Like almost all esoteric Los Angeles phenomena, the answer is simple: art. Catch it now before they go away on June 11.
The critically acclaimed band's latest record reinterprets the songs from David Lynch’s Twin Peaks. But when he isn’t touring, writing or recording, frontman Jamie Stewart grabs binoculars and goes birdwatching.