Joy Lo Dico

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Joy is…

A businesswoman, journalist and broadcaster, and She runs the Trouble Club, a monthly talk and events night fronted by top-flight women speakers and fine quantities of gin. She writes for the Financial Times and broadcasts on Monocle 24.

She knows London inside out after 4 years as editor of Londoner's Diary in the Evening Standard, and subsequently as an executive editor, editing Progress 1000, the list of the most interesting people in London.

She is a member of the British American Project, the Anglo-US collaborative conversation group set up by Lord Carrington

 

Trouble is

TROUBLE IN THE PRESS

The naughty younger sister to the private members club family, the Trouble Club was founded by Joy Lo Dico, editor of Londoner's Diary in the Evening Standard.

“There’s something special about letting women — often in the minority in the workplace — be in charge of the room” said Lo Dico when asked why she started the club.

‘You realise that all sorts of things happen in places you don’t get access to,’ says the enviably connected writer, Joy Lo Dico, 39, who runs women’s-only club Trouble and is on the guest list for all the best parties.

-Daily Mail-

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"The new pickle."

— Postprandial Magazine

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Pickle
Pioneers

California natives Petra Frenkel and Gordon Byun are passionate about pickles. Gordon was raised on a steady diet of kimchi in a traditional Korean family. Helping his mom make the spice mixture and prepare the vegetables, he learned from the best. Petra blames her pickle obsession on her parents who migrated to SoCal from New York. Dissatisfied with the L.A. pickle ecosystem, her parents made kosher pickles at home. Petra became a bit of a pickle-snob, but thinks that everyone should eat delicious things, so it’s really more of an egalitarian snobbery.