From Shopping to Cocktails, This Is Your Guide to a Full Day in Tustin

Tucked about 11 miles inland from the coast, Tustin, also referred to as “the city of trees,” is one of the oldest historical towns in Orange County. From charming Old Town Tustin to one of the largest outdoor retail centers, The District at Tustin Legacy, this city is nothing short of an entertainment mecca. And while Tustin is home to nearly 80,000 residents, the city still harnesses a charming small-town feel with its shop-lined streets, bustling foodie scene and assortment of things to do and see. So whether you’re planning a day trip with the fam or spending time with your significant other, Tustin is the place to be!

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5 Signs It’s Time to Invest in Cosmetic Treatments

If you have one or two aesthetic issues that have been bugging you or maybe you could really use a freshening up, there is no better time than now to focus on yourself and the skin you’re in. DermFx’s science-backed treatments will have you saying so-long to cellulite and excess belly fat, adios to unwanted hair, sayonara to sun damage and good riddance to wrinkles!

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7 Reasons to Buy Tickets ASAP for Pacific Airshow—#6 Is Country Star Sam Hunt!

Jet over to Huntington Beach on Oct. 1-3 for the thrilling, weekend-long Pacific Airshow and Afterburner Music Festival. From the sand or the pier, watch death-defying aerobatics during the day by the U.S. Navy Blue Angels, Canadian Forces Snowbirds and more. At night, following “the most-attended airshow in the US,” legendary and award-winning rock and country stars, like headliner Sam Hunt, will perform at the Afterburner Music Festival. Bring beach chairs and umbrellas to claim your spot at the Airshow, and you can either bring a cooler or grab something from the food trucks and drink stands. VIP experiences are also available. There’s so much to do at this October event—here’s everything you won’t want to miss.

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