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
In a secluded part of Glendora, Rubel Castle is a DIY triumph, a paean to go-it-alone outsider architecture: clock towers, cannons, and caves dot the two-acre property.
Last Friday, in the LA County Coroner's office, Dr. Lakshmanan Sathyavagiswaran came in for his last day on the job and then took his first weekend of retirement.
In Latex, his two channel installation, the Mexico City born artist uses campy, but disturbing gore to bring attention to media sensationalism.
The life and death of a discarded mattress is an intense one, but the California State Legislature is considering a bill that might significantly change the landscape.
Pasadena born Damon Riddick's newest album is a collaboration with Steve Arrington, Slave's former drummer and vocalist, a departure from his solo material.
Michael Lin was raised in Los Angeles and lives now in Shanghai. For the Triennial, he focused on Asia and how it was once represented in Western art.
At the Museum of Architecture and Design's 'Never Built: Los Angeles' exhibit, you now can see some of Los Angeles' most ambitious dead ideas in urban planning.
Kevin Ferguson talks with Tijuana's Hugo Crostwaithe, whose installation of prints, paintings and posters makes up the better part of OCMA's front lobby.
"I don't think Jeffrey should be demonized. He did what he does. The real problem was the vision of the board."
San Francisco artist John Bankston makes massive, novelistic paintings drawing from fantasy, autobiography, and coloring books.
Daniel Nord the Los Angeles video artist behind "No Exit," one of the noisiest installations at the Orange County Museum of Art's California Pacific Triennial.
The Orange County Museum of Art's California Pacific Triennial brings to Southern California 32 artists who live and work around the Pacific Ocean.
Off Route 66, just north of Victorville, there's a forest in the desert. The forest has hundreds of trees -- but they're all made from bottles.
This Saturday, June 15, Angelenos celebrate the return of lotus flowers, joggers, and picnickers to Echo Park Lake--but one famous, feathered resident won't be back.
Conservation efforts have brought back the Santa Cruz Island fox from the brink of extinction from 100 in 2000 to more than 1,300 today.