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Byline: Lisa Bornstein TRIBUNE A & E EDITOR
Looking back over the year's entertainment calendar, I drew the following conclusion:
This is not a bad job.
Albuquerque rose to the heights of entertainment in pop music and theater (most of it visiting from out of town), and while there was little as spectacular as, say, 1997's Georgia O'Keeffe Museum opening, the visual arts kept the pace.
But, oh, the performing talent. Just five weeks into 1998, performance artist Karen Finley pulled into Santa Fe for a weekend of shows at Plan B. Finley, probably the foremost performance artist in the country, was also one of the four whose work earlier this decade prompted Congress' attack on the National Endowment …