A festival that revolves around food is pretty hard to pass up, with row after row of vendors serving cuisines from around the world. Tustin’s International Food Festival features food from Bolivia, Brazil, India, Italy, Japan, Mexico and Vietnam, all for under $5 an item. Where there’s food, there’s usually entertainment, and in this case, it comes in the form of global music and dancing. And with a list of children’s activities that includes a bounce house, performers, and “other cool things,” what better way is there to spend a Saturday afternoon? Plus, all net proceeds benefit the Tustin Public Schools Foundation. So go ahead and stuff your face, for each plate you purchase, you’re helping out a worthy... More >>>