High-school teachers get very few things named after them, and those few things that get attached to their names usually involve puerile playground chants or epithets hurled by people looking to choke public education dead. But if you visit Café Calacas in downtown Santa Ana, you'll find a sandwich named after Santa Ana Valley High School history teacher Benjamín Vazquez: the Don Benjamín—tuna salad with a chile/garlic/mayo spread, carrots, cilantro and red onion, served on a telera bread. It's a bracing, filling, brash metaphor for the Santa Ana native, who at the young age of 42 is already a public-education... More >>>