If you missed our recent Facebook updates (it’s tough to compete with all those summer vacation photos and ice bucket challenge videos), you may be surprised to find out which of our local businesses didn’t survive the summer. Read on for a rundown of who’s out — and who’s coming in. Let’s start with downtown Rockville, which has lost at least five tenants since June: Oro Pomodoro, Cosi, Pho & Rolls, Hair Cuttery and Carbon Peruvian Chicken. Capital One Bank will close its Gibbs Street branch in October. And Potomac River Running, with seven stores in Virginia and one in D.C., will say goodbye to Maryland when its Rockville store closes later this month. “You can only sustain losses for so long,” says co-owner Brendan Shapiro. “There’s a strong running community in Montgomery County, and we had some really loyal and valued customers; we just didn’t have enough of them.”