At October 25th T. Kojima detected an increasing brightness of a 14 mag star in Taurus. The star showed no variability since 2014, so it is thought to be a microlensing event. The event has the number TCP J05074264+2447555, which contains the coordinates of the star.
The maximum brightness was around 11.2 mag. It is expected decreasing now.
The full moon is around 40 degrees away from that region, and comes closer ever hour. At first, I thought I could observe it with my 4 inch refractor. But the bright moonlight washed out the fainter stars. So I brought my 12 inch Dob outside. It was not cooled down yet. Nevertheless I was able to see the star. I measured it to have around 11.9 mag. It is decreasing in fact.
If possible observe it in the next hours with the moon away a few dozens of degrees. The next chance is waiting for the moon eastward of Taurus, which is not before Monday. Because the star is decreasing it may be a less conspicuous.
Of course, I have really "seen" the microlensing, if I observe the region a few days later and see a further decreasing. May be there is enough time to measure some kind of light curve.
The bright star in the sketch is SAO 76967 (8.8 mag). The remarkable triangle southwest of the SAO star helps to estimate the angular distances.