rom personal experience, I can say visitors from as far away as Baldwin, Md. and the Santa Clarita Valley (my parents and cousins) made a special point to drop by Alameda’s Classic Car Show this year. Each year, the classic cars draw a crowd of all ages to ooh and ahh over the shiny chrome fins, GTO Row, or the giant Radio Flyer wagon that appears annually at the show. From Spiders to Mustangs to Firebirds, Park Street drew an amazing collection of more than 400 impeccably maintained vehicles this year. Below, officer Tysen Siebert talks with a young car aficianado about the D.A.R.E.