Now I hate to be this chummer, I really do... however it's something I'd like to get off of my chest. There's a tl;dr at the bottom.
So, I'm noticing a massive influx of references to 20th and early 21st century media in character. Now I don't mind this once in a while and yes, it may be fair that your character is a connoisseur in classical film or music however it's become (from my very limited perspective) something that I have to watch come up constantly in-character. It's becoming completely theme-breaking for me. I'm intimately aware of the events of the 1930s but I don't find myself slipping it into conversation multiple times a day in my real life.
It doesn't take long to bullshit a quick title and movie synopsis or what-have-you and spin a quick bit of fiction to enhance RP rather than falling back on something which is familiar to you in real life. Something I've noticed is musicians tending to cover only songs which have already been written in real life which makes me feel incredibly uncomfortable.
On another but somewhat related topic; it seems weird to me the amount of apparent history major are among the midst of Withmore. Now this complaint is strictly to do with my own personal feelings and I could be incorrect. I'd be happy to be corrected or discuss other people's thoughts on this matter.
If your character is a history major or has a good reason for being intimate with history, such as being thoroughly well bred or what-have-you power to you. I'm obviously completely fine with you doing that if there's a good IC basis. However, in a hyper-capitalist resource-war world where the human races marches inexplicably forwards with only a view for the very near future and little to no foresight for a few generations of human from now I highly doubt that many people (especially with those living in poverty being a majority in the city) take it upon themselves to care too much for the intricate specifics of history beyond major events and internationally famous historic figures.
tl;dr This is a cyberpunk role-playing game. If you're going to bring in so much that is familiar and real life to you, doesn't that massively diminish the premise?