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
For the last 20 years, comedian Gregg Turkington has made a name for himself pretending to be anti-comedian Neil Hamburger. Now, he stars in a movie based on the character.
There's an El Niño on the horizon, and with it a record breaking rainy season is also on the horizon. What's a drought-conscious Angeleno to do?
Baseball’s postseason is underway again, and for the third year in a row, the Dodgers won their division and are in the playoffs. We've got a friendly wager.
YACHT core members Jona Bechtolt and Claire Evans have made a record that critiques and embraces cutting edge technology at the same time. Why?
Has the nation ever watched any one trial more than OJ Simpson's? We hear stories from Angelenos who recall one of the most talked about trials of the century.
Los Tigres del Norte — one of Mexico's biggest and longest running bands — has toured worldwide and sold millions of records. They play Northridge on Thursday, Oct. 1.
A former Late Show writer brings his collection and footage featuring some of the weirdest songs in American history: Songs like "My Bathroom" and "Tires to Sell" dominate.
To a kid visiting a museum, is there anything more fascinating than mummies? Come see unopened caskets, 3D printing and mummified beer mugs.
Emerging out of San Bernardino and Riverside is Quitapenas, a band playing a kind of Afro-Latin music that spans continents with their sound.
The Pasadena native says he's glad fans are rediscovering funk music as a legitimate genre and not "some Dave Chappelle, Rick James joke."
National Geographic photographer Aaron Huey has traveled the world for his job, but he found a book's worth of material in a place just 200 miles outside Los Angeles.
In a list of best dressed sports teams from ESPN, Los Angeles' comes in at number 11. What went wrong? ESPN's Paul Lukas blames the Clippers.
The Standardized Patient program at USC is one of the first in the country, founded in 1963. Actors are trained to play any number of symptoms: liver disease, terminal cancer, diabetes.
Subscribe to Welcome to Vinci, our podcast about "True Detective" in iTunes and Stitcher. We're also mapping the show's significant and lesser known locations.
It's called the Anaheim Regional Transportation Intermodal Center, or "ARTIC" for short.