Winold Reiss, Harlem at Night, c.1924 (USA). I love this image, with its haphazardly leaning buildings and cool young things out for a night on the town. And of course that cat at the top really sells it for me too. Reiss was actually as white as white could be but throughout his life was committed to portraying in his art the broad range of ethnic diversity in America. You can see more of his work here, and I recommend checking it out for his gorgeous Art Deco pieces alone.
As for me, I'm off to Chicago to go live it up myself for a few days, and I'll have a full report when I get back. I'm also taking a day to drive over to Holland, Michigan, to see my grandmother on her 94th birthday. She's recovering from some recent heart trouble, so any extra good energy you have to spare for her would be very much appreciated.