Yemeni workers at a Bushwick bodega are fearful about Trump’s executive order on immigration. [DNAinfo]

Here’s a look at the history of protest in the Village. [Off the Grid]

A 180-year-old building on East Broadway has been demolished to make way for first-of-its-kind modular housing. [Bowery Boogie]

A new book about Brooklyn portrays Williamsburg’s condo towers as “a dark side of gentrification.” [NYT]

Twenty-four-hour diner Sugar Cafe is leaving the LES. [DNAinfo]

The Times visits The Drift, the new Greenpoint taxidermy bar from the folks at El Cortez and Commodore. [NYT]

A look at pastoral Greenpoint, before industrialization. [Greenpointers]

Parm’s recently opened Williamsburg location has temporarily closed for construction. [Eater]

Furniture designer Todd Hase has opened an East Village location. [EV Grieve]