Most star systems are binary. This makes out solitary sun a slight oddity.
This is a link to a 'live stream' of the sun, or close enough. It refreshes every 15 mins:
Another site is here
The Sun and the solar system move through the Milky Way
A far more correct (though exaggerrated vertically for clarity) depiction of the Sun's motion around the Milky Way galaxy has it bobbing up and down every 64 million years due to the gravity of the galactic disk.
Phil Plait, No, Our Solar System is NOT a “Vortex”