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 the world of broadcast journalism, pronunciation and spelling are paramount. So if you live in Los Angeles, are you an Angeleno, Angelino, or Angeleño?
Off-Ramp producer Kevin Ferguson met with Metro's David Sutton--the head of the agency's TAP program--inside the lab where the transit pass was developed, tested, and reworked.
In my inbox this morning was a pitch for an intriguing—if a bit dated—self-published book called Where to Find a Husband. It's a weird a premise, of course.
"Did the zoo's pelicans, Hidalgo Pete, Signor Gomez, and Sanchez Hoolihoo, run away? ... They did not."
Just last month, TV host Huell Howser announced his retirement. Matt Groening — the creator of the Simpsons — proudly admits he's one of Huell's biggest fans.
In 1989, Michael Jordan had his own TV show. In this episode, you'll learn how well MJ and can bowl, and you'll find a cameo from a pre-Lakers Phil Jackson.
This week, Scientific American reported on a study that found more and more of the music we're listening to is written in minor keys.
The story of Monarch: his life, death, and fascinating relationship with William Randolph Hearst.
In neighborhoods like Echo Park, Inglewood and Eagle Rock, hand painted signs are everywhere. But who paints them, how do they get there and are they even legal?
Terminal Island may not be the bustling cannery it used to be in the 20th century, but its rich history may help spur new life for the historical landmark.
If it's about anything, Los Angeles is about friction. Creative friction, social friction, political friction in the form of riots, bombings, shootouts, protests, marches, sit in's, love-in's ... And from the friction comes the wonderful mess that is LA.
Campbell's and Target plan to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Andy Warhol's soupy Los Angeles debut with a limited run of Warhol themed soup cans.
40 years ago, Stax records organized and put on one of the largest gatherings of African Americans in history--and it all took place at the LA Coliseum.
East Los Angeles' long shuttered Golden Gate Theater has opened its doors again, but not for moviegoers.
In his new book, NPR programming executive Eric Nuzum says bands like Talking Heads, Laurie Anderson and KISS were the soundtrack to his chaotic past.