The historic El Rey Theater on the Miracle Mile is a registered Historic-Cultural Monument that currently functions as a live music venue.
For many years driving down Mid-Wilshire I would pass the signs saying Miracle Mile. I really had no clue what they were referring to.
If you are looking for a childrens gift that is a bit more special than what you can find in the chain toy stores such as the now defunct Toys R Us, you might want to check out the Miracle Mile Toy Store on Wilshire Blvd.
Nothing makes a better Christmas gift, or says you put some care and thought into your holiday gift giving than handmade and artistic goods. And the holiday markets are so fun to shop at.
If you are a serious art collector looking for the most authentic art you can find, where should you look? In an art gallery owned and operated by artists! No one understands are better than an artist.
If the restaurant in the photo above looks familiar to you, you have probably seen it in a movie or two or three.
The Los Angeles County Museum of Art is located on a section of Wilshire Blvd known as the Miracle Mile and Museum Row.
Even if you don’t go inside the Petersen Automotive Museum, you’ll want to make it a point to at least drive by it.
A popular Los Angeles tourist attraction is the world famous La Brea Tar Pits and Museum. It sits on the western boundary of a stretch of Wilshire Blvd called the Miracle Mile and Museum Row.