Don’t spell it out
Regarding the Oct. 30 Reliable Source item “Ivanka and Jared help Hugh Jackman celebrate the big 5-0”:
Why write “first daughter-slash-special adviser” when there is a perfectly good punctuation mark available to you called the slash?
Would you write “heads turned when Javanka entered the room-comma-according to Page Six-comma”?
Here is a slash mark: /. Carole S. Appel, Alexandria