Kevin Ferguson | KCET
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.
Post date: 2009-03-26T13:50:25-07:00
There were no permits, there was no permission of any kind, and now there are no more wetlands here.
Post date: 2009-03-13T10:36:26-07:00
This Tuesday—for the second time in history—LA's always-inspiring Silent Movie Theater will host author Erik Davis and a series of his guests for Occult LA, a "night of talks and films devoted to Southern California's alternative spiritual ...
Post date: 2009-03-08T10:04:50-07:00
Actually, it's not an orange abstraction. It's an Orange Twist; capitalized because - as you might guess - it's the title of Long Beach's newest addition to a long line of expensive, bad public art.
Post date: 2009-02-28T06:16:25-08:00
Word has it from the amazing, slick and informative Let's Fix Los Al that this "resignation" is only a gesture, that he'll still hold the same power and influence as before, and that Al Sharpton might be attending Monday's city council meeting. Actuall...
Post date: 2009-02-22T10:33:00-08:00
I like the awards but I'm not going to miss them sorely if I don't discover who the winners are real-time. We're just about to leave!
Post date: 2009-02-17T06:20:58-08:00
Raw tragedy from the famous and gorgeous Earl Burn Miller Japanese Garden at Cal State Long Beach today, as the Daily 49er reports on an enormous outbreak of a deadly virus that has totally annihilated the garden's gorgeous koi population.