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
Corona, Spanish for crown take its name from Grand Boulevard a circular, mile in diameter beltway running through the city's historic district.
Painter Kenton Nelson's work can be seen in galleries and homes all over, museums as far as Austria and five times on the cover of the New Yorker.
KPCC visited Giacchino for a tour of the historic studio as the film's score was recorded.
Friday, Feb. 24 marked the last run for the L.A. County Library's Las Virgenes bookmobile. Off-Ramp producer Kevin Ferguson visited the bookmobile on its second to last stop at the Seminole Springs Mobile Home Park in Agoura Hills.
My wife, Kelly, and I went whale watching at the Channel Islands for my her birthday and got really close to a pair of humpback whales. Check out the video:
In L.A., you can sweat to the oldies with Richard Simmons himself. That's what producer Kevin Ferguson did. He didn't bring a tutu, but he did bring a mic.
Industry leaders have warned the new ordinance requiring performers to use condoms in adult film shoots could force them out of the area. But will it?
She sang for the Velvet Underground, acted for Fellini, posed for Warhol, and now Singer Tammy Lang brings Nico back to life with a show called "Chelsea Mädchen".
Did the LA Times take a photograph of a time travelling SUV? Or just half-heartedly attempt to make a new photo look like it was taken over half a century ago?
Off-Ramp has been asking artists featured in the Pacific Standard Time exhibition to share three local places important to them. Artist Linda Vallejo shares hers.
Actor Bradley Whitford stars in a new rendition of the Yasmin Reza's Art: a play about three longtime friends torn apart by a very expensive white painting.
The Expo Line, L.A.'s newest light rail system, is a big step closer to actually carrying passengers. It begins its final testing phase is set to begin next Monday.
Possibly one of the first art exhibits inspired by the Occupy movement, a Santa Monica gallery presents Just Occupy: featuring Shepard Fairey, Tod Soqui and more.
Troy Erik Isaac is a homeless advocate who travels all over Los Angeles by foot helping any person he meets—he almost never ignores a phone call. But maybe even more compelling is his long, sometimes troubled history.
Last year there were an estimated more than 51,000 homeless in L.A. County. Troy Isaac is 38, and he's trying to change that.