Morning Notes

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Duncan Talks About Campaigning With Depression — Montgomery County Executive hopeful Doug Duncan dropped out of the 2006 Democratic primary for governor after doctors diagnosed him with major depression. He talked a little about what it’s like for politicians with depression. [New York Magazine]

Attman’s Brings The Corned Beef — So far, so good for Attman’s, the Baltimore favorite that opened its second deli in Cabin John earlier this month. [Bethesda Magazine]

Building ‘Complete Streets’ In White Flint — Plans call for much mixed-use redevelopment of the area, but will it work without streets that are attractive to pedestrians and bikers? [Friends of White Flint]

Black’s Bar & Kitchen Hosting Free Wine Tasting — Black’s (7750 Woodmont Ave.) is hosting the event with winemaker Gilles Dumangin from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Tuesday, July 30. Dumangin and a rep from wine producer Joseph Mellot will pour samples. Guests must be 21 or older. [Black’s Bar & Kitchen]

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