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
Visitors to the museum's Made in LA exhibit selected Botswana-born, Culver City resident Meleko Mokgosi for its first annual $100,000 recipient.
The Litterfish Litterbox's breathless press release declares, "Litterfish will change the way cat owners deal with unsightly litter boxes."
Eat LA finds out why some pop-up restaurants pop, why LA won’t benefit from the East Coast’s newest bumper crump of lobsters and what makes goat taste so good.
Criminologist Pete Simi was studying Southern California white supremacists and skinheads when he met Wade Michael Page, who was living in Orange.
Off-Ramp producer Kevin Ferguson went to Costa Mesa for the 38th annual National Stereoscopic Association Trade Show and Convention.
As Cold War tensions heated up the 1980s, the US and Soviet Union boycotted each other's Olympics and held their own alternative competitions.
In 1976, the El Segundo Blue Butterfly became the first ever insect on the federal endangered species list. Today, it numbers well over 100,000.
From a plumbers strike to an amorous host, KPCC's Kevin Ferguson walks us through Disneyland's 1955 grand opening.
There is a new 12,000 square foot exhibition at the Reagan Library in Simi Valley called Disney Treasures.
The Whittier Daily News reports the council hiked their pay from $924.61 per month to $1224.61--a $200 raise for each of the city's five council members.
When the latest iPhone update debuts this Fall, Maps--the cherished navigation app--will no longer carry directions for public transit.
Don't cook that meat! Don't turn on that coffee maker! And whatever you do—do not buy roasted coffee beans ever, ever again.
KPCC'S Education Reporter Tami Abdollah recently learned the answer the hard way. She writes with a first person account of her experience.
In You Are Not Banksy, Stern takes some of Banksy's most iconic and surreal spraypaint and wheatpaste based works and brings them to life through photography.
Project Mah Jongg, a new exhibit at the Skirball Cultural Center, looks at how the Chinese tile game united families, friends and reached across cultures.