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  • He dances and plays the violin at the same time. And he's good

    “I’m not afraid of letting my true talents show, and I can just truly be myself down (at the market),” says Josh Emara, who plays his violin and dances to his own music, all for tips most Saturdays at Boise's Capital City Public Market. “I get to do what I love.”

He dances and plays the violin at the same time. And he's good

“I’m not afraid of letting my true talents show, and I can just truly be myself down (at the market),” says Josh Emara, who plays his violin and dances to his own music, all for tips most Saturdays at Boise's Capital City Public Market. “I get to do what I love.”
Katherine Jones Idaho Statesman