Al Quinones, who manages Playground 52, is interviewed at the venue, in 

Al Quinones, who manages Playground 52, is interviewed at the venue, in The Bronx borough of New York,  Wednesday, May 22, 2013.  A company that offered tourist treks to the Bronx "ghetto" has shut down under scathing criticism from neighborhood leaders offended by the tours that took mostly European and Australian tourists past food-pantry lines and "pickpocket" park. But other New York companies continue to show visitors,  many of them foreigners who know of the Bronx only from movies, the grittiest part of the city's poorest borough. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)
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Al Quinones, who manages Playground 52, is interviewed at the venue, in The Bronx borough of New York, Wednesday, May 22, 2013. A company that offered tourist treks to the Bronx "ghetto" has shut down under scathing criticism from neighborhood leaders offended by the tours that took mostly European and Australian tourists past food-pantry lines and "pickpocket" park. But other New York companies continue to show visitors, many of them foreigners who know of the Bronx only from movies, the grittiest part of the city's poorest borough. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)
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