Each week The Advocate asks a different “quiz taker” for his or her current favorites in pop culture.
QUIZ TAKER: Trudy M. White, 55, 19th Judicial District Court judge.
WHAT I’M LISTENING TO: “With respect to artists, I like Gladys Knight, Barry White and Teddy Pendergrass. I also like the big band sounds of artists like Cab Calloway, Frank Sinatra and Louis Armstrong.”
WHAT I’M READING: “The Advocate, the authorized autobiography of Edwin Edwards by Leo Honeycutt, and ‘Sister Citizen’ by Melissa Perry.”
WHAT I’M WATCHING: “CNN, ‘Law & Order,’ ‘Act Like a Lady, Think like a Man’ and ‘Matlock.’”
WHERE I’M SURFING (ON THE INTERNET): “Just started dabbling in a little Facebook ... not sure for how long.”
WHAT’S YOUR GUILTY PLEASURE? “Delaware Punch.”
Who was your biggest role model growing up?
“Other than my parents, it has been my teachers. Henry Bellaire was very influential with boosting my self-confidence when I was in high school.”
Advocate staff writer