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
At my friend's party this past weekend, the host had a turntable going for music. Yes, one of those. Less said about that, the more we can say about this:
This past weekend we had marine bioiogist Milton Love on to talk about his new book:Certainly More than you Wanted to Know about the Fishes of the Pacific Coast. Among the many things discussed were hagfish, the horrifying eel-like thing you see above.
Last week's windstorm his the Los Angeles Country Arboretum harder than anyone expected. Off-Ramp producer Kevin Ferguson went to the Arboretum and talked with staff.
Right here in Pasadena, where Pasadena Avenue splits off into two streets there's a fork in the road. Literally. The guerilla art appeared at the intersection of Pasadena and St. John avenues in November of 2009. After being out of commission for over a year, the fork came back for good this past October.
The city of South Pasadena was among the hardest hit communities during this week's wind storm. Trees were knocked down, cars crushed, closed schools. Thankfully, no injuries were reported, as of Thursday. Off-Ramp producer Kevin Ferguson went to Mission Street in South Pasadena Thursday morning to talk to residents, many were seeing storm's damage for the very first time.
We all know that Google Street View has amazing visual potential. Did you know you can use it to teleport anywhere in the world? If you haven't already, you should.
There’s artisanal cheese, small batch whiskeys, and heirloom watermelon— so why not fresh, free-range, acorn-fed pork?
Liked a song you heard on this week's show? Find out what they were here!
Over a month has passed since members of Occupy L.A. first set up tents in front of City Hall. But with the camp's future in question almost daily, essentials like food and water are often overlooked. One L.A. caterer has cooked up a creative solution.
For this weekend, at least. Open Melody is an all-day music and art festival this Saturday, brought to you by UC Irvine-based happening makers Acrobatics Everyday. 2011 marks the festival's second iteration and the first time everything has been densly and intensely packed into one day.
Now you can find out! And, thanks to Grooveshark, you'll be able to listen to each one in its entirety. From now on we'll have a segment online each week where we'll provide you with a list.
Off-Ramp Producer Kevin Ferguson has been asking artists featured in Pacific Standard Time to show us three places in LA important them. It can be a gallery, a house, a park--anywhere local. This time, he talked with painter Ed Moses.
The Los Angeles Zoo’s newest attraction is jam-packed with animals saddled up and ready to ride. It’s a carousel. Zoo officials hope the new Tom Mankiewicz Conservation Carousel will offer visitors more than just a pleasant spin.
We've had composer and Beach Boys collaborator Van Dyke Parks on Off-Ramp plenty of times, and when he takes the stage, it's worth making note of. This past Saturday I was lucky enough to see him and Inara George (singer in the Bird and the Bee, daughter of Little Feat's Lowell George) perform live at the Getty this past weekend.
Now that it's almost been drained completely, we can find out. And why did we empty it in the first place? Off-Ramp Producer Kevin Ferguson got to the bottom of things, literally: he met local councilman Eric Garcetti at the newly dried-out lake to find out.