Alice, this is a really amazing star in lots of different ways.
Since I first came upon it a couple of years back, it has proven to be something of an enigma.
I first imagined it must be a binary companion to the bright star that's to the left of it. I then found that it has moved by a considerable margin over forty years that it has been photographed in two different sky surveys. My reports on this star are archived for posterity here:
And now, to add the icing on the cake... I have detected variations in its brightness. The next challenge is to determine exactly what type of variable star it might be. Variables (as with most things in life) come in all sorts of shapes and sizes. Here is a list of some of the different types of variables astronomers have classified stars into: