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Molly Quinn

Molly Quinn

Current Position: graphic artist

Molly Quinn joined The Spokesman-Review in 1991. She currently is a graphic artist/illustrator for the Editorial Department.


  • Woman wearing mask with bottle shape to suggest that mental disorders can be masked by other problems, such as alcoholism and drug abuse. Illustration by Molly Quinn

  • Portrait of Neil Young, musician, harmonica, keep on rocking in the free world... Staff illustration by Molly Quinn.

Most Recent Stories


Picking the page turners

A visiting author can make a book a hit. So can a spot on the bestseller list. For staff at the city and county libraries, choosing the right books -- and audiobooks, movies and other materials -- to stock takes a lot of educated guesses. And trying to understand who Spokane readers are.
News >  Further Review

Further Review: Notre-Dame de Paris

Every year, 12 million tourists make their pilgrimage to Paris to experience the majesty of one of the most iconic churches, Notre-Dame cathedral. The fire on April 16, 2019, threatens its existence.

Japanese raid on Pearl Harbor

At 7:53 a.m. on Dec. 7, 1941, Japanese dive bombers, fighter bombers and torpedo planes attacked the U.S. naval base at Pearl Harbor near Honolulu. Approximately 350 Japanese planes took part in the attack, which lasted less than two hours.
News >  Features

A history of Valentine’s Day through the ages

The origin of St. Valentine, and how many St. Valentines there were, remains a mystery. Whoever he was, Valentine really existed because archaeologists have unearthed a Roman catacomb and an ancient church dedicated to St. Valentine.