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
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.
Do you have your TAP card ready to go? Don't be so quick to rush down to the beach — we have some suggestions for what you should stop and check out at all seven new stops.
Clark led the prosecution team in the trial of O.J. Simpson in 1994. Now a published crime novelist, she talks about what would change if the trial were held today.
Orel Hershiser is a former Dodgers pitcher and former World Series MVP. Today, he's a commentator on Time Warner's SportsNet LA and a fixture at Dodgers home openers.
Brendan Eder is a drummer, composer and a Los Angeles native. Through his group, he makes instrumental music fronted by woodwinds, reeds, drums and more.
Jackie Robinson's high school in Pasadena was once a destination for young athletes — before the team fell on hard times. With help from the Dodgers, they're turning that around.
Starting June 11, visitors will have to shell out $12 to see the museum’s first special exhibit, photographer Cindy Sherman’s "Imitation of Life."
It's called "Music for Train Stations" and it's presented in partnership with Metro and the electronic music collective Dublab.
The L.A. Times called it "L.A.’s most ambitious new restaurant." But in her review, L.A. Weekly restaurant critic Besha Rodell took issue with the its service, its prices, and — maybe worst of all — falafel.
The Long Beach City Council voted unanimously tonight to add a measure to the June primary ballot raising the city sales tax by 1 percent to 10 percent.
Writer John McNamara talks the Hollywood blacklist, the Oscars and more. "The nice thing about Musso and Frank is the waiters who are rude to you were rude to F. Scott Fitzgerald."
This week, Major League Baseball groundskeepers met at Dodger Stadium for the 18th annual Groundskeeper Conference—a yearly trade show and networking event.