Living the good life: What are you doing this weekend?

Cima Khosravi of San Francisco plans to prepare for the new year with a bang — a big party and a little kick boxing.

What are your plans this weekend before New Year’s? I’m kicking back and just preparing for New Year’s. I’m going to Donovan’s party [a New Year’s Eve party at the Bentley Reserve</a> with DJ Donovan].

What’s the crowd like at these parties? It’s a nice social crowd, really beautiful people.

What neighborhood do you live in and where do you like to eat there? I live in South Beach. I would probably say I like to eat at Oola’s. It’s a funky spot, with a nice bar, good ribs.

Outside of South Beach, any other neighborhoods you frequent? I like to do some shopping at the boutiques on Fillmore.

Favorite hobbies? I work out a lot. I run almost every day, kick box, yoga, shopping. I stay busy. It’s good to stay in shape.

With the high homicide count this year, are you afraid of going out on NYE? Honestly, not really. That’s why I chose to go to Donovan’s.

Can we feature your weekend plans? Contact us at goodweekend@examiner.com.

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