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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 for tips most Saturdays at Boise's Capital City Public Market. “I get to do what I love.”

“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 for tips most Saturdays at Boise's Capital City Public Market. “I get to do what I love.” Katherine Jones kjones@idahostatesman.com
“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 for tips most Saturdays at Boise's Capital City Public Market. “I get to do what I love.” Katherine Jones kjones@idahostatesman.com

Have you seen the 12-year-old dancing violinist at the market? 'Just let it shine'

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