“As Ms. Ginsberg grew older, she kept writing lyrics and poetry, and realized she needed to find new ways to reach an audience. How was she going to gain attention in a society where older women are neglected, silenced and often cast off? At age 93, she discovered a solution: death metal.” A 96-year-old who fled the Holocaust finds a new way to be heard.

+ “There are so many people out there that are survivors, but there are few that have a voice. I know that I’m one of the few that are being heard, so I just want to do right by people.” ESPN: Aly Raisman Takes The Floor.

+ “When she came through the door, I still saw her as a 13-year-old girl — and I still do somehow; it just doesn’t sink in that so many years passed. She looks exactly like I remember her.” WaPo: They survived the Holocaust, and then he rescued her from communism. Sixty-five years later, they’ve reunited.

+ Drone finds climber presumed dead on world’s 12th largest mountain. Allen had previously found encountering drones irritating, “but this has changed my perception of them.” (Ya think?)

+ New San Jose coffee shop gives people with disabilities job training.

+ Birmingham student receives car after walking almost 20 miles to work.

+ Feeling good yet? If not, try the dog photographer of the year awards.